Network Design, Second Edition: Management and Technical Perspectives is a board survey of the major technologies and networking protocols and how they interrelated, integrate, and segregate functionality. It presents fundamentals issues that managers and engineers should be focused upon when designing technology strategies and helps bridge the communication gap that often exists between managers and technical staff involved in the design and implementation of networks.
Table of Content
Making the Business Case for the Network
Wide Area Network Design and Planning
Local Area Network Design and Planning Techniques
Intranets and Extranets
Client/Server and Distributed Networking
Automated Design and Network Managers Tools
Technical Considerations in Network Design and Planning
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning and Design
Appendix A: Return on Investment (ROI) Calculation
Appendix B: Overview of OSI Model and Comparison with TCP/IP
Appendix C: Subjective Evaluation and Ranking Procedures
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