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9780070658349 This is the first book to provide a nonproduct-specific overview of the emerging discipline of network management. By compiling basic management techniques for today's most-implemented networks (a definition which heavily emphasizes LANs) into a single volume, the author is able to deliver three needed services: (1) a comparative framework for the operational features of OSI, TCP/IP, peer-to-peer, and client/server systems, (2) a basic understanding of internetworking and systems-level issues, and (3) enough NM fundamentals to orient the newcomer in the bewildering new field and to serve as a starting poiont for high-stakes design, purchase, and implementation decisions.