Book by Syme and Goldie presents an in-depth technical overview of content switching. Content switching uses application layer protocol management techniques to support load balancing, redirection, and other advanced network support functions.
Schlage LiNK is a wireless network-controlled door entry system. It allows homeowners to remotely check whether a door is locked or unlocked and also control related home automation equipment including lights, cameras and a thermostat. First made available in 2009, Schlage LiNK utilizes Z-Wave wireless network technology. To use the LiNK system, customers must purchase a starter kit or equipment equipment and also sign up for Schlage's monthly subscription service.
The WiFi network adapter Microsoft produces for its Xbox 360 is stylish, but it isn't cheap. Owners of the Xbox 360 wireless network adapter generally consider it reliable, fast and easy to setup.
The N1 is a Belkin wireless router that supports the 802.11n draft N Wi-Fi standard. Introduced in 2006, this Belkin router improves on their earlier draft N wireless broadband router (the F5D8320-4).
The Second Edition of Programming Python from O'Reilly is a great book for learning about network programming.
The Netgear WGR-614 combines the features of a four-port network switch, DHCP server, and advanced firewall.
TCP/IP Clearly Explained by Pete Loshin is one of the best TCP/IP books for beginners.
The D-Link DI-624 combines the features of a four-port network switch, DHCP server, and advanced firewall. The DLink DI624 contains proprietary Xtreme G technology that supports up to 108 Mbps bandwidth with 802.11g compatibility.
The Netgear WGT624 supports 802.11g WiFi wireless networking. It offers a sleek design and desireable security features including WPA encryption and SPI firewalling. The Netgear WGT624 contains proprietary Super G technology that boosts both bandwidth and range over ordinary 802.11g routers.
The book Home Networking for Dummies by Kathy Ivens explains how to set up several different kinds of home networks.
Open Source Network Administration, by James Kretchmar, is primarily a tutorial on using Open Source utilities to manage academic networks. Written for network administrators, this book focuses on using standard technologies like SNMP, MRTG, NetFlow, and tcpdump to troubleshoot mid- to large-scale LANs.
Wireless Networks First Step teaches wireless networking technology. This book by Cisco Press aims to educate readers on the terminology and concepts behind wireless computer networking.
'Internet Core Protocols' documents in technical detail many of the most popular network protocols in use today.
This comprehensive guide from Cisco describes the common and best practices of ISP networking. Internet service providers and network engineers will benefit from this information that is otherwise difficult to find.
Cisco's comprehensive guide to the CCNA exam teaches you everything you need to know about Cisco networking. The book makes learning about computer networking easy by including numerous examples, diagrams and interesting details.
'Virtual Private Networks' by Dennis Fowler remains one of the best introductory VPN texts around.
O'Reilly's definitive collection of writings from P2P experts is a must-have for anyone interested in the subject.
Author Lee Barken reveals practical tips for increasing the security of a wireless home or business network. 'How Secure is Your Wireless Network' examines both the theory and practice of security in Wi-Fi networking.
Guide to computer networking gives an overview of the essential topics for IT professionals. The book covers networking hardware, software, security, design, and troublehsooting.
The Linksys BEFW11P1 supplies affordable wireless broadband connectivity to home and small business networks.
Improve your productivity by learning how to utilize Python programming within the Java environment. The Python language implementation known as Jython makes it all possible.
"Understanding and Deploying LDAP Directory Services Second Edition" by Howes, Smith and Good explains the use of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol in today's corporate IT networks. Network administrators, designers and managers will be interested in this book's subject matter.
This practical reference for implementing Fibre Channel and IP SANs, by Tom Clark, explains many of the technical details of designing storage area networks. The revised second edition provides updated coverage of Fibre Channel technology and expands on recent developments in TCP/IP storage networking.
Presents the Cisco model for designing and developing Internet business applications. This book serves as an in-depth study guide for the Cisco Internet Solutions Specialist certification program.
Samba supports sharing of files and printers across different operating systems using the Session Message Block (SMB) protocol. Many Linux environments use Samba to share resources with Windows.