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Introduction to Networking: How the Internet Works

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Introduction to Networking: How the Internet Works
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Publisher: net-intro.com
ISBN/ASIN: 1511654945
ISBN-13: 9781511654944
Number of pages: 119

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This book demystifies the amazing architecture and protocols of computers as they communicate over the Internet. While very complex, the Internet operates on a few relatively simple concepts that anyone can understand. This book was written for everyone -- no technical knowledge is required.

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