Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols Radia Perlmans Interconnections is recognized as a leading text on networking. Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols, 2nd Edition. Radia Perlman, Sun Microsystems, Inc. © |Addison-Wesley. Interconnections, Second Edition is about what goes on inside the boxes that move data around the Internet. These boxes are variously called bridges, routers, switches, and hubs. protocols exist, and it is hard to get information about them. J. Shoch, “Internetwork Naming, Addressing, and Routing,”.
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Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. Oct 30, Julian rated it really liked it Shelves: Not only is this a great book, but it’s a book no other author could write; almost every chapter is full of Perlman’s charming anecdotes that tell an often unspoken interonnections of why things became as they are.
She is an authority on the Internet technology and this makes her book an all time best book, both for reference purposes and for learning purposes.
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Management and Survivability Hui Zang Limited preview – D rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Written by the inventor of many of the algorithms that make switching and routing robust and efficient, Interconnections, Second Edition offers an expert’s insight into how and why intrnetworking operate as they do.
Perlman describes all of the major networking algorithms and protocols in use today in clear and concise terms, while exploring the engineering trade-offs that the different approaches represent.
But we’re stuck with it. If you are responsible for designing or maintaining large, complex data networks, I assure you that the mental effort required to grasp the concepts in here will give you the ability to spot interconnectiobs prevent issues that can manifest themselves ways that are almost impossible to isolate, because the problem is at the very basic fabric of the network, which is rarely given the consideration it requires.
It solves only whatever it happens to solve rather than providing a general-purpose solution.
Bhattacharya Tapas rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Daniel rated it really liked it Oct 10, Francesco rated it liked it Sep 11, You receive free shipping if your order includes at least AED of eligible items. Carey rated it liked it Oct 07, You will gain a protoccols understanding of the range of solutions possible and find valuable information on protocols for which documentation is not readily available elsewhere.
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She is also fun to read, being prepared to laugh at things that deserve it and to offer personal opinions, sometimes quite bluntly. The author’s style is more familiar than most technical books and she freely gives her opinions of how the protocols came about and the pros and cons of design decisions. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Interconnections (Radia Perlman) – book review
Other editions – View all Interconnections: Please fill in a complete birthday Enter a valid birthday. My only critique of “Interconnections” is that the terminology is outdated, which makes it hard to map some of the concepts to the networking gear that’s currently in use.
It also includes material on the more theoretical aspects of networking, such as a derivation of the spanning-tree algorithm. There are no internetworoing topics on this book yet. Don’t have an account?
Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switches, and Internetworking Protocols by Radia Perlman
Both of her books were listed in the top 10 most useful networking reference books in the March, issue of Network Magazine. Don’t buy this, though, unless you already know things like the difference between IP and Interconnectoins addresses and terms like network layer and link layer.
Radia Perlman, Sun Microsystems, Inc. For example, the book spends a lot of time explaining “bridges,” but I have never seen a box called a “bridge” this functionality is incorporated into modern switches. Vinothkumar rated it really liked it Oct 12, Opening up to chapter 4, I had my entire world blown upon discovering source-routing brouters I’d only known L2-transparent methodology — this coming from someone who’s worked with IEEE