...guides for planning, testing and deploying a W2K TCP/IP network. A great troubleshooting help when you have connectivity problems.
TCP/IP is a set of protocols developed to allow computers to share resources across a network. It's not enough for network managers to understand how TCP/IP is "supposed" to work - they must know how to accurately detect and quickly correct problems as they occur. This book shows readers how to use products such as distributed sniffers, field metering tools, and protocol analyzers to discover what is going on (and going wrong) in a live Windows 2000 TCP/IP network. They'll learn how to monitor a Windows 2000 network and identify and correct protocol errors, DNS route problems, application faults, and slow response times.
Discusses guidelines for planning, testing, and implementing substantial changes such as the setup or migration of a Windows 2000 TCP/IP network. Softcover.
About the Author
Debra Littlejohn Shinder (MCSE, MCP+I, MCT) is an instructor in the AATP program at Eastfield College, Dallas County Community College District, where she has taught since 1992.She and her husband, Dr. Thomas W. Shinder, provide consulting and technical support services to Dallas area organizations.
Thomas W. Shinder, M.D. (MCSE, MCP+I, MCT) is a technology trainer and consultant in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. Dr. Shinder has consulted with major firms, including Xerox, Lucent Technologies, and FINA Oil, assisting in the development and implementation of IP-based communications strategies. Dr. Shinder attended medical school at the University of Illinois in Chicago, and trained in neurology at the Oregon Health Sciences Center in Portland, Oregon. His fascination with interneuronal communication ultimately melded with his interest in internetworking and led him to focus on systems engineering.