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Re: books every network operator should read?

  • From: Kim Onnel
  • Date: Sat Apr 09 05:56:35 2005
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Internet Routing Arch.

Routing TCP/IP vol.1 

Cisco LAN Switching or Any other LAN switching book

Troubleshooting Routing Protocols by Zaheer Aziz

Cisco ISP essentials

Some chapters of "IOS software Arch"


On Apr 9, 2005 6:36 AM, Janet Sullivan <ciscogeek@bgp4.net> wrote:
> 
> I'd like to make a list for the BGP4.net wiki of books that are thought
> highly of by the network community.  What books stand out for you as
> being excellent?  If you could only own 5 network related books, what
> would they be?
> 
> Feel free to reply to me offlist - I'll post a summary after a few days.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Janet
>