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Shadow88x

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I have worked on computers for quit some time and have only done IT work. I want to learn as much as I can about telecommunications or networking. What is a good self teach book that I can get? I only know basics to networking.
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Jack123

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Networking Books
7th Jan 2006

Hi- Good Choice - Lots of [Avenues/Fields] – Be prepared to [Handle Problems] – [24-7] – Business Networks – Hospital Networks cannot be [Down] – Ever -

1-Home Networkimg
2-Protocols
3-Managing
4-Security
5-Troubleshooting
6-Servers
7-Configuration
8-Network Support
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Learn to [Google] – Google can [Answer] all questions -
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Just [Google] – The Phrase – [Networking Books] or Visit these Links –

Network MFG -

Linksys
http://www.linksys.c...FVisitorWrapper

Cisco
http://www.ciscolearning.org/

D-Link
http://www.dlink.com/

Netgear
http://www.netgear.com.au/

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Books -

Home Networking Books
http://compnetworkin...i_homebooks.htm

Oreilly Books
http://networking.oreilly.com/

Free Online Books
http://www.techbooks...etworking.shtml

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Visit:
1-Local Library
2- Major Book Stores
3-Read Magazines

Get more [Proactive] – Look at various [Tech Schools] – Ask School Counselor –

It’s good to ask questions – but better to initiate action –

Jack123

Edited by Jack123, 07 January 2006 - 10:56 PM.

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