Mastering Networks: An Internet Lab Manual
©2004 |Pearson |
Jorg Liebeherr, University of Virginia
Magda El Zarki, University of California, Irvine
©2004 |Pearson |
This book teaches networking skills and provides students with hands-on experience working with networking concepts. Class tested for several years, Computer Networking; A Labratory Approach, drives home the fundamentals of networks by providing real experience and using real equipment. Ten labs, each covering a specific aspect of networking, allow students to put the details of computer networking into practice, thereby giving them a solid understanding of, and appreciation for, the discipline.
Lab1 Introduction to the Internet Lab.
Lab2 Single Segment IP Networks.
Lab3 Static Routing.
Lab4 Dynamic Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF and BGP).
Lab5 LAN Switching.
Lab6 Transport Protocols (UDP and TCP).
Lab7 NAT and DHCP.
Lab8 The Domain Name System.
Lab10 IP Multicast.
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Magda El Zarki is a Fulbright scholar and professor at the University of California, Irvine where she teaches a networking lab and a course in mobile and wireless networking in the Information and Computer Sciences Department. Her research interests revolve around wireless networks and communication systems. She earned her Ph.D. from Columbia and her B.S. from Cairo University in Egypt.
Jorg Liebeherr has been an associate professor in the computer science department for the last ten years at the University of Virginia. His interest areas range from multimedia networks to scalable multicast communications. He is currently the editor-in-chief of IEEE Network and is the US Editor of Computer Communications. He was born and raised in Cologne, Germany.
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