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Do you know the basics of computer networking? More specifically, do you have a passion for a career in networking? Perhaps, you just have that burning desire to understand what it all takes to keep a small home or office network up and running. This book is all you need, whether you need to cut a path that will lead you to a promising career in the networking indu Do you know the basics of computer networking? More specifically, do you have a passion for a career in networking? Perhaps, you just have that burning desire to understand what it all takes to keep a small home or office network up and running. This book is all you need, whether you need to cut a path that will lead you to a promising career in the networking industry, or merely for the acquisition of networking skills. This book covers the following topics in a simple, easy-to-follow teaching approach. You will learn: Networking Basics - This chapters considers the needs of a real beginner in computer networking and covers the following crucial topics: definition of computer networking, types of computer networks, network topologies, and network architecture. Network Hardware - A comprehensive discussion on different network components that include routers, hubs, network interfaces switches and computers (host machines). Network Cabling - This chapter discusses the different cabling standards include coaxial, fiber optic cable and twisted pair copper cable. Wireless Networking - Fundamental technicalities of wireless technology that is of great significance to the entire computer networking discipline. This chapter offers important information on how to enjoy the benefits of Wi-Fi technology, and how to set up and configure a computer for wireless connectivity. IP Addressing - This chapter pays great attention to basics of IP addressing, and the different number systems (binary, decimal and hexadecimal) IP Subnetting - Introduction to concepts of subnetting. Network Protocols - Various protocols of the TCP/IP suite. Internet Essentials -  Different terminologies of regarding the Internet, worldwide web, and history of the Internet. Virtualization in cloud computing - Concept of virtualization and its relevance in computer networking; plus a brief examination of cloud services. Network Troubleshooting - As a top management function, troubleshooting is introduced in this chapter. Computer Networking for Beginners is an easy-to-read book for anyone that’s hungry for computer networking knowledge. The language used is simple, and even the very technical terms that pop from time to time have been explained in a way that is easy to understand. Reading this book does not only leave you wanting more, but also satisfies you to the extent of feeling confident of performing some of the essential networking tasks-as a beginner and learner looking forward to channeling their potential towards a stellar career in networking. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll to the top of the page and grab a copy!


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Do you know the basics of computer networking? More specifically, do you have a passion for a career in networking? Perhaps, you just have that burning desire to understand what it all takes to keep a small home or office network up and running. This book is all you need, whether you need to cut a path that will lead you to a promising career in the networking indu Do you know the basics of computer networking? More specifically, do you have a passion for a career in networking? Perhaps, you just have that burning desire to understand what it all takes to keep a small home or office network up and running. This book is all you need, whether you need to cut a path that will lead you to a promising career in the networking industry, or merely for the acquisition of networking skills. This book covers the following topics in a simple, easy-to-follow teaching approach. You will learn: Networking Basics - This chapters considers the needs of a real beginner in computer networking and covers the following crucial topics: definition of computer networking, types of computer networks, network topologies, and network architecture. Network Hardware - A comprehensive discussion on different network components that include routers, hubs, network interfaces switches and computers (host machines). Network Cabling - This chapter discusses the different cabling standards include coaxial, fiber optic cable and twisted pair copper cable. Wireless Networking - Fundamental technicalities of wireless technology that is of great significance to the entire computer networking discipline. This chapter offers important information on how to enjoy the benefits of Wi-Fi technology, and how to set up and configure a computer for wireless connectivity. IP Addressing - This chapter pays great attention to basics of IP addressing, and the different number systems (binary, decimal and hexadecimal) IP Subnetting - Introduction to concepts of subnetting. Network Protocols - Various protocols of the TCP/IP suite. Internet Essentials -  Different terminologies of regarding the Internet, worldwide web, and history of the Internet. Virtualization in cloud computing - Concept of virtualization and its relevance in computer networking; plus a brief examination of cloud services. Network Troubleshooting - As a top management function, troubleshooting is introduced in this chapter. Computer Networking for Beginners is an easy-to-read book for anyone that’s hungry for computer networking knowledge. The language used is simple, and even the very technical terms that pop from time to time have been explained in a way that is easy to understand. Reading this book does not only leave you wanting more, but also satisfies you to the extent of feeling confident of performing some of the essential networking tasks-as a beginner and learner looking forward to channeling their potential towards a stellar career in networking. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll to the top of the page and grab a copy!

37 review for Networking for Beginners: An Easy Guide to Learning Computer Network Basics. Take Your First Step, Master Wireless Technology, the OSI Model, IP Subnetting, Routing Protocols and Internet Essentials.

  1. 4 out of 5

    RM(Alwaysdaddygirl) Griffin (alwaysdaddyprincess)

    4 stars: -Beyond informative -Breaks it down well -Mostly interesting. Some parts were dry but that is due to me not the author. I find some parts of networking to be boring. -Will probably read again -It a short book. I took my time to absorb the wealth of information. “I’M STILL LEARNING.” –MICHELANGELO 🇺🇸🦋💀🐼

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Mielke

    Helpful info As a complete tech novice I liked that this books starts at the very beginning. It explains what networking is, different protocals, different routing options, etc. I liked the simple, straightforward way the author explained everything. Like I could very easily get lost in the discussion of routing. But, the author explains the pros and cons of each, so I can pick the one best for my business. I think this book will be helpful.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Catie LeMar

    Easy! This book is easy to follow and includes definitions of important terminology to know. The tips are simple to follow—beginners will be able to use them with little trouble.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lacy

    Nice refresher Most of this book contains info that most people use on a semi regular basis, but its nice for a reminder of some of the finer details and as a refresher for some of the acronyms

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stephenie

    Easy to Understand I read this book to gain an understanding of basic networking. This book walks you through the essentials of networking, so you get to know just enough about the LANs/WANs, the OSI model, and networking components. This book really made it easy to understand!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Vane Figueroa

    Great book for beginners If you need assistance understanding computer network this book is for you. It has user friendly instructions and language. I recommend this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Onawa Brewer

    Network know-how. This is a very good, in-depth book on computer networking. From LAN to routers the author does his job in explaining the basics without sounding pretentious.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nurin Izzati

    The book contain only words and no illustration at all hence it is very hard to imagine and very hard to understand certain concepts.

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