Computer Networks covers the curriculum requirements for a single-semester course on computer networks. Primarily intended to be used as a textbook for undergraduate students of computer science and engineering, information technology and electronics and communication engineering, the book will also be useful to students pursuing MCA. The book provides a comprehensive introduction to computer networks, including a history of computer networks, network architecture and models and switching techniques. It goes on to cover the various principles, standards and protocols developed for 1.Communication over different types of communication media 2.Error control 3.Reliable end-to-end transmission 4.Local and wide area networks 5.Interconnection to different networks 6.Routing 7.Network security 8.Network management Written in an easy-to-underst and manner, the book discusses all the relevant topics comprehensively with practical examples. The text is rich in illustrations and diagrams to clarify concepts. It includes end-of-chapter exercises to test the students’ understanding of the concepts discussed.
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