DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING BOOK BY TANENBAUM

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Where those designations appear in this book, and the publisher was aware of a Computer networks / Andrew S. Tanenbaum, David J. Wetherall. -- 5th ed. Andrew S. Tanenbaum has an S.B. degree from M.I.T. and a Ph.D. from the University . Throughout the book we will use the term ''computer network'' to mean a. Computer Networks 5th Edition Andrew S Tanenbaum David J Wetherall .. New in the Fifth Edition Among the many changes in this book, the most important.


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Computer Networks 5th By Andrew S. Tanenbaum (International Economy The attitude of this book with regard to teaching networking concepts could be. Compre o livro Computer Networks na raudone.info: confira as ofertas para livros em the entire book—the Internet, and wireless networks, including Wireless LANs, Andrew S. Tanenbaum is a Professor of Computer Science at Vrije. Computer Networks, 5/e is appropriate for Computer Networking or Introduction to Networking courses at both by Andrew S. Tanenbaum, David J. Wetherall.

The main point is that it privileges the why over the how, so the boring mechanics takes second place to the reasons behind the choices made along a short but eventful history. Jul 23, Serejka Keller rated it it was amazing. The book not just gives not knowledge.

To me, it's given something more. Thanks Andrew. Dec 12, Timoteo Ponce rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of the best written books of technology, Mr. Tanenbaum accomplished a very entertaining book with lots of examples, mixing technology and imagination he accomplished to create a classic.

Mar 21, Md. Abiruzzaman rated it really liked it. Jun 04, Suresh Madhavan rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jun 03, Ivana rated it really liked it Shelves: It helped a lot in understanding some of the basic concepts in networking. The book also presents some historical background so it was fun to read. I'm better at networks now. Must read for any system administrator.

Jan 15, Samir Rahati rated it it was amazing. Aug 24, Nikolas Mavrogeneiadis rated it it was amazing.

My favourite book about Computer Networks. Describes in detail all things and it has great exercises. Excellent book! May 08, Matt rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed it. I had to read it for University, would read it again. Nov 09, Philipp Keller rated it really liked it. I was forced to read Tanenbaum in university and I hated it, partially because I didn't know if it was relevant.

Now, after 10 years in the IT industry I realized that I need to understand networking and came back to this book. The introduction is hard to read and somehow put me off. It's dry especially the illustrations and feels very dated the recent versions just put Buzzwords like Twitter and Facebook in to make it look recent.

But once you're past that you see the beauty of the book: It i I was forced to read Tanenbaum in university and I hated it, partially because I didn't know if it was relevant. It is very well organized, it goes through all the layers in a good speed so it's perfect to get an understanding which protocol goes into which layer. You can skip certain parts e. I skipped layer 1 and can continue just fine after it. The keywords are marked bold you can just cross read entire pages and spot the bold words to check if you're now leaving out something important.

Oct 21, Mj rated it did not like it.

From the perspective of an instructional systems tech major and in which this book is used for instructional systems tech majors, this is not an effective book.

It starts with the introduction chapter, which is nothing very outstanding, but then the next chapter is about the network layer already. It has this bottom-top approach in terms of the network hierarchy and that is not how one is preferred to learn about networks, unless one is already proficient about the concept of networks and this becomes just a guide. The book also has this way of making things sound easy and funny at times but it is only trying hard to make some concept sound easy, which is even more frustrating.

The metaphors used in the book to describe concepts are not at all effective. So if one's a total techie then this book would make a lot of sense but that's about sums up the function of this book. Jan 31, Bartosz Sypytkowski rated it it was amazing. This is one of the best books introducing the topic of computer networks.

It gives a detailed overview of all layers of the OSI stack, starting from how data is represented and compressed in electric circuit, up to HTTP protocol and media format encoding.

All of that is complemented by "homework" at the end of each chapter, which often encourages to think outside of the box. My only note may be that the last chapters introducing higher OSI layers are not as well written as the rest of the book This is one of the best books introducing the topic of computer networks.

My only note may be that the last chapters introducing higher OSI layers are not as well written as the rest of the book. Dec 18, bijan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Those interested in understanding everything about networking! This book is magnificent, it talks about everything and nothing about networking!

It talks about every technology in some sort of story telling manner, at the same time it doesn't get into details of any subject.

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It's like a beautiful short story book for computer literates of course ; that draws a complete panoramic canvas about every confusing, high tech name out there. You can read this book many times and still find it necessary to read it again!

Great book. This book explain the theory part of data communication and computer networking. Data communication and computer networking, uses,how it achieved, its working,how devices are communicated,communication of people,through devices,located remote locations, transferring of data from one point to another point,the protocols, etc etc.

This book give a strong foundation for the practical use. Explained well. An awesome book with very clearly laid out information, specially for the beginner in computer networks. It presents some subjects that, while do not seem absolutely relevant, are still rather interesting history of origins of the internet as we know it comes to mind.

Specially great for clearing concepts one has doubts about, and an infinetely useful accompanying tool to study for finals related to the subject. May 04, Krishna Kumar rated it it was amazing.

This is one of the most readable technical textbooks I have encountered. It explains networks and telecommunications in a very fascinating way, with a lot of humor thrown into the mix. Tanenbaum is, of course, the creator of Minix , which Linus Torvalds tinkered with before creating Linux. Jun 30, Kerszi rated it it was amazing. Jun 23, Sergey rated it it was amazing. All I always wanted to ask about Internet but always afraid of.

Brief overview of all technology stack used in modern networking and a bit math around them. Also author using great analogies and jokes to explain complicated things and processes. Must read for every engineer. Apr 29, Danish Aziz Satkut rated it it was amazing. This is one of the best computer network books available out there.

I loved the comical writing style of the author.

AST drops a lot of small knowledge pieces throughout the book. I would definitely recommend this to all computer science students and professionals alike! Jun 04, Nahol rated it it was ok.

How to move the mails to my Windows version? Readers also enjoyed. Goodreads is hiring! If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Videos About This Book. More videos About Andrew S. Andrew S. He hails from Australia and has worked in the area of networking for the past two decades. His research is focused on Internet protocols, wireless networks, and security.

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Networking Labs Instructor bundle This set of a dozen labs complements the textbook with hands-on exercises to let students explore the Internet protocols in a real-world setting.

Preface Preface is available for download in PDF format. Physical layer e. New to This Edition.

New in the Fifth Edition Among the many changes in this book, the most important one is the addition of Prof. Among these are revised and new material on: Wireless networks An Internet File Server 6. Connection Establishment 6. UDP 6. TCP 6. Share a link to All Resources. Instructor Resources.

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On-line Supplement. Adobe Reader.Aug 24, Nikolas Mavrogeneiadis rated it it was amazing. Specially great for clearing concepts one has doubts about, and an infinetely useful accompanying tool to study for finals related to the subject. Tanenbaum takes a structured approach to explaining how networks work from the inside out.

It presents some subjects that, while do not seem absolutely relevant, are still rather interesting history of origins of the internet as we know it comes to mind. Andrew S. Used to read this book in order to pass Computer Networks course in the bachelor degree of the university.

This provides a much greater understanding of the TCP mechanisms such as connection establishment, timeouts, sliding windows, retransmissions and fragmentation.

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