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Ethernet And Token Ring Optimization

by Daniel J. Nassar

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Ethernet and Token Ring Optimization is extremely relevant for today's networking professionals. The author, LAN expert Daniel J. Nassar, offers LAN users a real "How To" approach for developing standard baseline methodologies, as well as the actual steps and processes needed to perform network baseline measurements. You get the inside track on the most detailed methodologies and actual technical processes for troubleshooting and analyzing ethernet and token ring networks. Ethernet and Token Ring Optimization is a "must read" for professional network installers and technicians.

About the Author
Daniel J. Nassar is president of LAN Scope Incorporated, a nationally known LAN consulting firm headquartered in the Philadelphia area that specializes in emergency network troubleshooting, network optimization, baseline health studies, and associated training through structured analysis courses. The author is experienced in an extensive range of computer system areas, including LAN layout and design, all phases of LAN problem analysis and performance tuning, and computer system maintenance and diagnostics. His specialty is in token ring and ethernet environments. Daniel J. Nassar can be reached for questions concerning his books at nassard@eagleanalysis.com or at LAN Scope, Inc. (610) 359-3573 or (610) 446-3831



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