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Curious about how the Internet works? Well, the Internet is formed of many, many interconnected computer networks. This Computer Networking book is designed for everyone who is willing to learn about all of the great stuff the Internet has to offer. You'll learn all the basics stuff you need to know about computer networking from this book. You'll become extremely fam Curious about how the Internet works? Well, the Internet is formed of many, many interconnected computer networks. This Computer Networking book is designed for everyone who is willing to learn about all of the great stuff the Internet has to offer. You'll learn all the basics stuff you need to know about computer networking from this book. You'll become extremely familiar with terms like UTP, Ethernet, MAC, IP, TCP & UDP, etc.. It doesn't matter if you are in charge of a small or a large network, at home or at an office, you will learn how to set everything up and how to keep it working. It's the guide to computer networking for every beginner. This book is made out of 12 chapters that will teach you, step by step, how to be successful at Computer Networking. Here's what it will teach you, among other things: What networks are and how they are functioning What you need to set up a network What is Ethernet and how a MAC address works How to configure an IP address on Windows 7 to 10 Everything about IP addresses and ports (TCP or UDP) Different network applications Cisco IOS and CLI How does the Routing and Switching process work Why do we need static routes or routing protocols What’s the purpose of a VLAN in a network Get this book NOW, and you will not only discover new things you didn't know about computer networking, you will also get the chance to practice correctly the setting up and the maintenance of a network. Tags: Computer Networking, Networking, Computer Networking for Beginners, Computer Networks, Cisco Networking, OSI Model, Computer Networks, Routing Protocols


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Curious about how the Internet works? Well, the Internet is formed of many, many interconnected computer networks. This Computer Networking book is designed for everyone who is willing to learn about all of the great stuff the Internet has to offer. You'll learn all the basics stuff you need to know about computer networking from this book. You'll become extremely fam Curious about how the Internet works? Well, the Internet is formed of many, many interconnected computer networks. This Computer Networking book is designed for everyone who is willing to learn about all of the great stuff the Internet has to offer. You'll learn all the basics stuff you need to know about computer networking from this book. You'll become extremely familiar with terms like UTP, Ethernet, MAC, IP, TCP & UDP, etc.. It doesn't matter if you are in charge of a small or a large network, at home or at an office, you will learn how to set everything up and how to keep it working. It's the guide to computer networking for every beginner. This book is made out of 12 chapters that will teach you, step by step, how to be successful at Computer Networking. Here's what it will teach you, among other things: What networks are and how they are functioning What you need to set up a network What is Ethernet and how a MAC address works How to configure an IP address on Windows 7 to 10 Everything about IP addresses and ports (TCP or UDP) Different network applications Cisco IOS and CLI How does the Routing and Switching process work Why do we need static routes or routing protocols What’s the purpose of a VLAN in a network Get this book NOW, and you will not only discover new things you didn't know about computer networking, you will also get the chance to practice correctly the setting up and the maintenance of a network. Tags: Computer Networking, Networking, Computer Networking for Beginners, Computer Networks, Cisco Networking, OSI Model, Computer Networks, Routing Protocols

30 review for Computer Networking: Beginner’s guide for Mastering Computer Networking and the OSI Model (Computer Networking Series Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    v n choudhary

    Thanks Simple but not adequate .some depth as well explaination may be useful for network professionals. Overall it is good introduction. With best wishes.

  2. 4 out of 5

    naveen

    An easy to read and understand for the un-initiated While there are plenty of books that promise to help you understand the basics of network basics, this book is one of the rare ones that actually deliver that promise. I loved the authors usuage of simple and plain language to introduce and explain topics covered in the book. There are apt analogies between real world situations and network concepts, allowed me to accept the explanation and remember the material being read in an easy way. I must s An easy to read and understand for the un-initiated While there are plenty of books that promise to help you understand the basics of network basics, this book is one of the rare ones that actually deliver that promise. I loved the authors usuage of simple and plain language to introduce and explain topics covered in the book. There are apt analogies between real world situations and network concepts, allowed me to accept the explanation and remember the material being read in an easy way. I must say no book is devoid of errors, this one is no exception, but that didn't deter me to rate it 5 🌟, as the errors are not grave. Some just broke the sentence, but it still conveyed the point. Simplicity rules!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Victor

    This book is poorly organized and poorly written. He'll start talking about a concept without any introduction about what it is. He'll explain something and show a screen shot of a packet capture without any indication of how his conclusions are derived. In the end, it's a short book, and it's all there, but just be prepared to do some external research while reading

  4. 5 out of 5

    DAVID CRUICKSHANK

    Good but limited Could go deeper into protocol uses update versus tcp. Also up management and nat networks would help too. Overall good.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Andersen

    Basic Basic, but nicelittle appetizer for a main course. Twelve more words required blab blah blah blab blah blah lab blah

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