Remote LAN Access
Jeffrey N. Fritz
  • June 1996
  • ISBN 9781884777252
  • 300 pages
  • printed in black & white
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If you're a networking professional looking to connect your corporate network to remote locations anywhere in the world, this book is for you!

If you're a manager, engineer, technician or consultant responsible for providing remote connectivity to corporate networks for branch offices, telecommuters, and travelers, this book is for you!

Remote LAN Access will help you cut through the haze typically encountered when designing and installing remote LAN connections.

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About the book

The author says...

"I wrote Remote LAN Access because accessing the Internet and corporate LANs is so important these days. It is also one of the most confusing issues for people wishing connectivity today. There are so many alternatives: modems, cable modems, 56K modems, ISDN, ADSL. Which one is best? Which require you to be a technologist to use? Remote LAN Access will help you decide what is the most sensible way to connect and give you the information you need to get the connectivity in place. If you want to be connected, or need to connect others, this book will be a real help to you."

About the reader

If you're a networking professional looking to connect your corporate network to remote locations anywhere in the world, this book is for you! If you're a manager, engineer, technician or consultant responsible for providing remote connectivity to corporate networks for branch offices, telecommuters, and travelers, this book is for you!

About the author

Jeffrey N. Fritz is a telecommunications engineer for West Virginia University's Telecommunications and Network Services Department where he played a key role in the implementation of ISDN. He is responsible for new technology development for WINnet, the university's enterprise network. A holder of a master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mr. Fritz is Chair Emeritus of the North American ISDN User's Forum Enterprise Network Data Interconnectivity Family. He is the author of Sensible ISDN Data Applications, published by West Virginia University Press.