Local Area Networks: Implementation and Configuration

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MAJOR TOPICS:
  • LAN fundamentals
  • How LANs operate
  • Communications across LANs
  • Addresses used with LANs
  • Switch and router interconnection
  • Forwarding of traffic
  • LAN cabling types
  • Media alternatives and trade-offs
  • Ethernet cabling systems
  • Cabling issues
  • LAN standards
  • Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 standards
  • Token ring LAN variations
  • IEEE LAN standards
  • LAN switching techniques
  • Bridging and switching operation
  • Switched LANs - redundancy
  • VALNs and broadcast domain
  • Cut-through and full duplex operations
  • MultiLAN networks and configuration
  • Networks - expanded size and diversity
  • Large scale layer configuration
  • Interconnectivity
  • Protocols and LAN performance
  • Performance parameters 26 QoS - Quality of Service
  • Performance techniques
  • Resiliency/rapid recovery
  • LAN uses and issues
  • ATM network acting like a LAN
  • LAN support for large scale storage
  • LAN - installation and operation
  • LAN configuration
  • LAN administration and control
  • LAN selection and procurement
  • Selection parameters

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