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Alberto Leon-Garcia, Indra Widjaja
This text is designed for introductory courses in communications in either electrical engineering or computer science programs. It can be used by undergraduate or first year graduate level programs. Addressing networks from a top-down approach, this text shows students the big picture of networks in general so that they may see how the various parts of the network fit in to the picture. The book is organized into six sections that progressively consider the networking functions in greater level of detail. The book presents a balanced view of all important elements of networking and is organized so that all relevant topics can be covered at some minimum level of detail.
Объём: 900 стр.
Издательство: McGraw-Hill Companies; ?????? ???????, 2003
Clint Smith, Curt Gervelis
Smith and Gervelis' experience in industry is in evidence in this thorough and practical text to the wireless network industry. The text emphasizes application and is filled with examples and solutions from actual practice. Five platforms are covered: AMPS, IS-136, GSM/GPRS, CDMA, AND iDEN. Both the RF and network aspects of the engineering are described. With emphasis throughout on problem solving, the text moves from a description of the key systems - including PCS, WLL, WAP, Bluetooth, VoIP - to applications in radio engineering, wireless mobile radio technology, RF design guidelines, and system performance. Practical chapters are also included on billing and charging, revenue assurance, system documentation, network and RF planning, and organization and training.
Handbook covers the RF and network aspects of the engineering efforts associated with a wireless mobile system. Addresses design guidelines and provides troubleshooting examples. For engineering professionals. Includes index, references, and appendix.
Объём: 589 стр.
Издательство: McGraw-Hill Professional; ?????? ???????, 2003
There's far more to information security than usernames and passwords; it's not just a matter of letting legitimate users "in" and keeping bad guys "out." Users who have authority to use certain parts of a system may not be authorized to see everything, and businesses, for billing purposes, often want to track how long users spend in a system. The Remote Access Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) solves all of these engineering challenges, but you have to implement it correctly in order to achieve maximum benefit and keep your systems safe. RADIUS provides an architectural and technical guide to RADIUS implementation, enabling its readers to design RADIUS-secured systems properly and choose products wisely.
Jonathan Hassell's approach is to lay down a foundation of RADIUS protocol theory, then explain how to implement the protocol with a particular product (FreeRADIUS for Linux). He approaches both elements of his book with precision and detail, and provides plenty of tabular information for reference. He's also liberal with examples, which is a welcome trait if you're in a hurry to know how to format a radiusd.conf file or how to configure Cisco IOS to do RADIUS authentication. This is a comprehensive treatment of a complicated subject. -- David Wall
Topics covered: How the RADIUS protocol provides authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA services), and how it fits with other elements of network design. The author covers the protocol in theory before digging into its implementation in FreeRADIUS for Linux and the integration of that package with several important networking products.
The subject of security never strays far from the minds of IT workers, for good reason. If there is a network with even just one connection to another network, it needs to be secured. RADIUS, or Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service, is a widely deployed protocol that enables companies to authenticate, authorize and account for remote users who want access to a system or service from a central network server. Originally developed for dial-up remote access, RADIUS is now used by virtual private network (VPN) servers, wireless access points, authenticating Ethernet switches, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) access, and other network access types. Extensible, easy to implement, supported, and actively developed, RADIUS is currently the de facto standard for remote authentication. RADIUS provides a complete, detailed guide to the underpinnings of the RADIUS protocol, with particular emphasis on the utility of user accounting. Author Jonathan Hassell draws from his extensive experience in Internet service provider operations to bring practical suggestions and advice for implementing RADIUS. He also provides instructions for using an open-source variation called FreeRADIUS. "RADIUS is an extensible protocol that enjoys the support of a wide range of vendors," says Jonathan Hassell. "Coupled with the amazing efforts of the open source development community to extend RADIUS's capabilities to other applications-Web, calling card security, physical device security, such as RSA's SecureID-RADIUS is possibly the best protocol with which to ensure only the people that need access to a resource indeed gain that access." This unique book covers RADIUS completely, from the history and theory of the architecture around which it was designed, to how the protocol and its ancillaries function on a day-to-day basis, to implementing RADIUS-based security in a variety of corporate and service provider environments. If you are an ISP owner or administrator, corporate IT professional responsible for maintaining mobile user connectivity, or a web presence provider responsible for providing multiple communications resources, you'll want this book to help you master this widely implemented but little understood protocol.
Объём: 206 стр.
Издательство: O'Reilly Media, 2002
Sanjay Jha, Mahbub Hassan
From the basics to the most advanced quality of service (QoS) concepts, this all encompassing, first-of-its-kind book offers an in-depth understanding of the latest technical issues raised by the emergence of new types, classes and qualities of Internet services. The book provides end-to-end QoS guidance for real time multimedia communications over the Internet. It offers you a multiplicity of hands-on examples and simulation script support, and shows you where and when it is preferable to use these techniques for QoS support in networks and Internet traffic with widely varying characteristics and demand profiles.
This practical resource discusses key standards and protocols, including real-time transport, resource reservation, and integrated and differentiated service models, policy based management, and mobile/wireless QoS. The book features numerous examples, simulation results and graphs that illustrate important concepts, and pseudo codes are used to explain algorithms. Case studies, based on freely available Linux/FreeBSD systems, are presented to show you how to build networks supporting Quality of Service. Online support material including presentation foils, lab exercises and additional exercises are available to text adoptors.
Объём: 350 стр.
Издательство: Artech House Publishers; ?????? ???????, 2002
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