This book was written to provide a single reference for network administration
in a Linux environment. Beginners and experienced users alike should find the
information they need to cover nearly all important administration activities
required to manage a Linux network configuration. The possible range of
topics to cover is nearly limitless, so of course it has been impossible to
include everything there is to say on all subjects. We've tried to cover the most
important and common ones. We've found that beginners to Linux networking,
even those with no prior exposure to Unix-like operating systems, have found
this book good enough to help them successfully get their Linux network
configurations up and running and get them ready to learn more.
There are many books and other sources of information from which you can
learn any of the topics covered in this book (with the possible exception of
some of the truly Linux-specific features, such as the new Linux firewall
interface, which is not well documented elsewhere) in greater depth. We've
provided a bibliography for you to use when you are ready to explore more.
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