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AVVID (Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data) is a network architecture made up of hardware and software that transmits a company's data such as e-mail, web traffic, file transfers, voice traffic, and video traffic over the same physical computer network. Imagine taking the three networks your company currently has and combining them into a single or converged infrastructure? Wouldn't that make managing, budgeting, and staffing easier? Configuring Cisco AVVID will introduce you to the new AVVID components from Cisco that can save hard dollars and increase a company’s overall performance.Configuring Cisco AVVID will give IT professionals, ISPs, and engineers the first insight into how each piece of hardware and each software application function independently, as well as how they interoperate, forming a completely converged solution. It covers the hardware and software components of AVVID, including Cisco Router, Cisco Catalyst Switch, Cisco IP Telephones, Cisco Call Manager Server (MCS 7800), Analog and Digital Gateways, Voice Trunks, Voice Modules, Call Manager 3.0, Soft Phone, Web Attendant, and Active Voice.
About the Author
Erik Rozell, is a Sr. Systems Design Consultant with accreditation in a broad spectrum of computer and network systems professional specializations. Accredited by Cisco Systems, Microsoft Corp, Novell Inc, and Citrix, Erik has over 12 years networking experience in computer systems, systems management and architecture and Internet related networking. Among his more than 15 professional training certifications, he is a Certified NetWare Engineer (CNE), Master CNE Integration, Infrastructure & Advanced Access, a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP). With a degree in Management Information Systems, Erik has implemented many solutions at several Fortune 500 companies and continues to be a widely sought-after authority on information technology throughout the industry. He has authored numerous books on subjects ranging from TCP/IP, System Optimization and Routers to Proxy Servers, as wel! l as authoring dozens of technical articles. He continues to consult on cutting-edge infrastructure and systems issues, as well as to implement systems strategies and deployment for numerous hi-tech companies. He also maintains a full schedule of lectures, presentations and project management assignments with leading companies on all-things related to network systems and Internet-based technologies.
Sandy C. Kronenberg (CCDA, CCNA, CIPT) is the Chief Executive Officer of Netarx, Inc. and is the inventor of Netarx NMS, a patented system for remote monitoring of client networks. As a technologist, he spends much of his time improving the design of client systems and integrating best-of-breed technologies into Netarx practice. Sandy holds a Masters Degree from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan.
Randall S. Benn (CCIE #1637, CCSI, CCDA, CSE) is the President of Global Network Solutions, Inc., a network consulting and training services company. He has over 13 years experience building voice and data networks and holds an MBA from Old Dominion University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from Bloomsburg University. Randy currently specializes in designing and deploying converged voice, video and data networks. He also provides sales and technical training to Cisco Systems employees, partners, and customers with CCI, a Cisco Systems Learning Partner.
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Red Hat Linux Networking and System Administration
Author(s): Terry Collings , Kurt Wall
From the Back Cover
Your Official Red Hat® Linux® Guide to Networking and System Administration
Reviewed by the experts at Red Hat, this in-depth guide delivers all the know-how you need to set up and manage a state-of-the-art Linux network.
Red Hat Linux experts Terry Collings and Kurt Wall start with the basics?network planning and Red Hat installation and configuration. They then show you in detail how to set up network and Internet services, from establishing a network file system to configuring mail services. Eight chapters give you the lowdown on customizing the kernel, automating tasks with scripting, performing backups, and more?the nuts-and-bolts maintenance information you need to keep your system running smoothly. And last but not least, the authors provide nearly 100 pages of proven strategies and tips for maintaining system security.
Complete with utilities and code on CD-ROM, this official Red Hat Linux guide is the one resource you need for a secure, high-performance Linux network.
Proven Red Hat Linux Networking and Administration Solutions
* Plan your network, install Red Hat Linux, and get a handle on the file system and configuration files
* Configure TCP/IP networking, the Network File System, and the Network Information System
* Set up print services and connections to Windows and Macintosh clients
* Monitor performance, administer users and groups, back up and restore the file system, and install or upgrade software packages
* Design a security plan, implement local security, set up firewalls and proxy servers, and combat system intrusions
* Troubleshoot file system, networking, printing, and e-mail problems
Reviewed by the Experts at Red Hat
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