Understanding X.500: The Directory
by D. W. Chadwick
Publisher: Chapman & Hall 1996
The X series of standards developed by the CCITT (Comite Consultatif International de Telephonie et de Telegraphie) deals with communication over special-purpose data networks. X.500 standards are complex and incomplete and this explanatory book should allow readers to understand them more easily. In addition it contains tutorial material not available in the standard together with information on how to operate the service.
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