Network management has become more than just being able to make all the connections. The network manager must know how to handle all kinds of issues in the emerging client/server environments. McConnell presents a complete window into real-life network management, from traffic analysis through virtual LANS, covering net management systems from HP, Novell, Sun, IBM and DEC. The book shows how to use all the capabilities of tools that allow network managers to manage complex, multi-protocol systems, and covers intelligent agents that collect information and correct network problems. It also shows how to use instrumentation to restart systems locally or remotely and includes a special section on Virtual LANS.
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This book will help network systems managers and administrators manage their environments more effectively. It covers the practical aspects of building workable management solutions, both for LANs and for enterprise internetworks that may include TCP/IP, IPX, SNA, DECnet or other protocols. Presents hands-on, proven solutions for instrumentation, virtual LANs, remote monitoring, DMI and systems management. And it covers standards in the context of how they serve the needs of network managers in the real world.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Book Condition: New. pp. 361. Bookseller Inventory # 7569817