The All-New Switch Book: The Complete Guide to LAN Switching Technology. By Rich Seifert, Jim Edwards.Networks, and with them LAN switching, have seen significant changes since this book's bestselling predecessor was first published. Written by an innovator who has been at the forefront of networking technology for more than two decades, The All-New Switch Book covers everything readers need to know about LAN switching. This much-needed update to the bestselling guide on the extensive changes to the local area networks (LAN) switching technologies explains why LAN switching technologies are critical to network design. This in-depth guide covers the capabilities, application, and design of LAN switches and switched internetworks and examines the significant changes that have taken place since the publication of the first edition seven years ago.
You're sure to appreciate the witty writing style and easy-to-follow format on such an often-complicated subject matter. Revision to a highly regarded, bestselling engineering level book. The much-anticipated update to the bestselling book on LAN switching Since the publication of the first edition of The Switch Book seven years ago, LAN switching has witnessed significant changes, particularly in the areas of network layers, Ethernet, fast Ethernet, segmenting LANs, layer 3 switching, layer 4 switching, and multi-layer switching, to name just a few.
With this updated guide, you'll discover the latest capabilities of LAN switches and get in-depth coverage of the abstract engineering principles behind switch operations in addition to the practical application of those principles in commercial products. Coauthored by an innovator who has been at the forefront of networking technology for more than two decades, this unique resource begins by laying the foundation of the core technologies underlying LAN switch design, including network architecture, addressing, LAN technology, and LAN standards. Building on those fundamentals, the book goes on to investigate the many advanced features, as well as the possibilities, that exist in modern switches. From there, you'll dive into the technical details of transparent bridges as they are used between similar and dissimilar technologies. You'll learn that, along with the performance advantages that are offered by switches, comes an increase in features, options, and complexity.
With more than forty percent new and updated material, this second edition of The All-New Switch Book explains: The problems of link congestion that arise from the deployment of LAN switches How switches and end stations can use a group of independent LAN segments as if they were a single link Security concerns that environments need to be aware of, and how to prevent attacks The concepts and operation of source routing in both end stations and bridges The various uses for Virtual LANs (VLANs) as well as the key concepts employed by devices that implement VLAN capability. Rich Seifert is President of Networks & Communications Consulting.He has contributed to the design of a wide range of products including LAN switches. Jim Edwards is a Nortel Networks certified support specialist specializing in network architecture, specifically switching, and virtual private networks. Working in the Premium Support Group consisting of Nortel's largest Enterprise customers, he has extensive experience with switching technologies. Preface xxiii Introduction xxv Part One Foundations of LAN Switches Chapter 1 Laying the Foundation 3 Chapter 2 Transparent Bridges 63 Chapter 3 Bridging Between Technologies 105 Chapter 4 Principles of LAN Switches 147 Chapter 5 Loop Resolution 201 Chapter 6 Source Routing 255 Part Two Advanced LAN Switch Concepts Chapter 7 Full Duplex Operation 305 Chapter 8 LAN and Switch Flow Control 327 Chapter 9 Link Aggregation 361 Chapter 10 Multicast Pruning 413 Chapter 11 Virtual LANs: Applications and Concepts 433 Chapter 12 Virtual LANs: The IEEE Standard 475 Chapter 13 Priority Operation 517 Chapter 14 LAN Security 547 Chapter 15 Switch Management 565 Chapter 16 Network Troubleshooting Strategies 609 Chapter 17 Make the Switch! 641 Appendix: Protocol Parsing 699 References 703 Glossary 711 Index 753. With this updated guide, youll discover the latest capabilities of LAN switches and get in-depth coverage of the abstract engineering principles behind switch operations in addition to the practical application of those principles in commercial products. From there, youll dive into the technical details of transparent bridges as they are used between similar and dissimilar technologies. Youll learn that, along with the performance advantages that are offered by switches, comes an increase in features, options, and complexity. Short Title ALL NEW SWITCH BK 2/E. Publisher John Wiley & Sons. Subtitle The Complete Guide to LAN Switching Technology. Imprint John Wiley & Sons Inc.
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