The best computer network & security pocket guide
for Jr. or Sr. network and security engineers, project managers, and instruction. The Network Field Guide has 210 pages and 4 feet of color foldouts stuffed into a 4 1/2″ x 3 3/8″ coil bound book that fits in any shirt pocket.
Filled with info you need to design & maintain LANS/WANS, configure routers, switches, manage & test your own security.
Written by Jay McGuerty who has over 20 years of commercial & DoD, network design, implementation, security & performance analysis, including five years supporting the White House Communications Agency.
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The Perfect Network and Security Guide That Fits In Your Pocket
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A view to a website kill. Panoramic view of the entire Server/Browser eco system in a 2.5 Ft color foldout diagram. Get the BIG PICTURE Literally!
One side of the 2.5 foot detailed color diagram that shows you attack flow during a pen test or the inner workings of the Telco/service provider “cloud.”
Chapters You Will Not Find in Any Other Book
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The Network Field Survival Guide covers:
Router and Switch Configuration
Cyber Seucrity Laws
CO and Facility Wiring
Firewall & IDS strategies
Virtual Private Networks (VPN's)
NFSG Has Everything You Need
The book has it all. A one-stop reference source…
One of my colleagues picked up a copy at Defcon and I was insanely jealous!…
Learn how to find the cause of those mysterious “NOTHING CHANGED” outages. NFSG’s poor mans network and security troubleshooting tips show you how to change your mental perspective to think beyond the “usual suspects” that limit your ability to find the root cause. Expand your boundaries of how you view the problem.