Wide Area Networks for the Enterprise: Public Services with Private Networks

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  • Security Analyst
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MAJOR TOPICS:
  • Data communication essentials
  • Networks and their limitations
  • Public services versus private networks
  • Merging voice and video with data
  • Quality of service
  • Frame Relay internetworking
  • Designing for LAN interconnectivity
  • Merging voice and video over Frame Relay
  • ATM: Asynchronous Transfer Mode
  • ATM - features
  • Multimedia
  • Sonet/SDH solutions
  • Synchronous transport
  • Payloads
  • SONET/SDH
  • VPNs: Virtual Private Networks
  • VPNs - Where to use
  • Taking public Internets to the next level
  • Internetworking with TCP/IP
  • Building enterprise IP networks
  • QoS challenge
  • ATM in WANs
  • ATM for internetworking
  • B-ISDN
  • Information utility
  • B-ISDN progess infrastructure
  • B-ISDN progress report

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