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Of the TCPIP protocols You need only enough to deploy your own applications and get easy support from the network team This book teaches you How modern networks really work The essentials of TCPIP The next generation protocol IPv6 The right tools to diagnose network problems and how to use them Troubleshooting everything fro. I loved this book I really learn best when I can try things and not just read about them so having working examples was very helpful as I read through each section I don t even know how many times I said Whoa that s cool I also had no idea I could find out so much fascinating information about my local network and now I have just enough knowledge to break things in fun and interesting ways which of course I would never do Probably Many thanks to Michael W Lucas for writing such a funny enjoyable informat

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 Networking for Systems Administrators (IT Mastery) (Volume 5)

Stop waiting for the network team If basic TCPIP was hard network administrators couldn’t do it Servers give sysadmins a incredible visibility into the network once they know how to unlock it Most sysadmins don’t need to understand window scaling or the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 echo reuests or other intricacies. It is explained in a way that I was able to understand perfectly as a system administrator There are many things I do in my job that did for years without really thinking de details behind those things But from the very first chapters it really helped me connect the dots and have a better picture of the networkThanks a lot to the author

free download Networking for Systems Administrators (IT Mastery) (Volume 5)

M the physical wire to DNS How to see the traffic you send and receive Connectivity testing How to communicate with your network team to uickly resolve problems A systems administrator doesn’t need to know the innards of TCPIP but knowing enough to diagnose your own network issues transforms a good sysadmin into a great on. I don t feel like this was written for anyone with any level of experience If you are a sys admin look elsewhere for s stronger understanding of networking


13 thoughts on “ Networking for Systems Administrators (IT Mastery) (Volume 5)

  1. says:

    We need to call Michael and add 0s to a check till he comes to teach this to our server teams.

    After reading my initial copy of this book I told everybody on all the server teams at work to get and read copies of it.

    As a network engineer this book has all the information about networks I wish every server person had laid out in a clear, easy to understand, sensible, and amusing format. If you read, understand, and follow thi

  2. says:

    Another charming work with wisdom for professionals, aspirants, and adventurers alike. The print quality is very good and the indexed content is immensely useful. Michael W Lucas excels at explaining advanced technology in a style that is immediately accessible.

    Reading Lucas is akin to a correspondence course on S

  3. says:

    It is explained in a way that I was able to understand perfectly as a system administrator. There are many things I do in my job that did for

  4. says:

    I'm about 3/4 of the way through the book, but I can say that it is written at a perfect level for someone like myself. I'm mainly a software / systems engineer but also have some sysadmin responsibilities. Some of the material I have picked up previously along the way, but this book fills in the gaps and provides important new knowledge. I especially appreciated the sections on IPV6, which I've been attempting to pret

  5. says:

    Good networking overview. Everything is simply explained and easy to understand. It's well written and short as technical books/manuals go. Five

  6. says:

    I loved this book! I really learn best when I can try things and not just read about them so having working examples was very helpful as I read through each section. I don't even know how many times I said, Whoa, that's cool! I also had no idea I could find out so much fascinating information about my local network and now I have just enough knowledge to break things in fun and interesting ways, which of course I would never do

  7. says:

    I've worked as a sys admin on and

  8. says:

    I don't feel like this was written for anyone with any level of experience. If you are a sys admin look elsewhere for s stronger understanding of networking.

  9. says:

    I love the author's writing style. He makes what could be a very dry subject very interesting and accessible to the reader, and also provides plenty of examples and explanations of commands. I will be on the look out for technical books by the same author

  10. says:

    Excellent introduction to debugging networking issues for the application server specialist. Provides great overview of how network

  11. says:

    Excellent funny but not overly comedic writing style. Certainly helps with what could have been another boring reference book. I would highly recommend it for any systems administrator.

  12. says:

    An excellent book covering the essentials of networking useful for all computer users not just Systems Administrators.

  13. says:

    I've been a PeopleSoft administrator for a decade, and I've started recommending this book to my teams. Beyond the technical teachings, which are fairly decent, it does a great job of helping network teams and sysadmin teams co ordinate, by explaining to each side what the other wants and needs. As such it's also a very u

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