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Seminar and Short Course Instructional Books by William Jolitz
ISDN Networking Technology: A Strategic Overview(With Lynne Greer Jolitz ). An introduction to the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) is provided with a tour of motivations, standards, terminology, functional blocks, system equipment, link access protocols, signaling protocols and standard services. Specific case examples on the interoperability between current networking technology and ISDN are developed and examined. In addition, a number of possible ISDN applications are explored along with the current limitations and frustrations of the ISDN standards, the current schedule of events of ISDN service accessibility, and the near-term changes expected within the world of ISDN.
Open Systems Networking With TCP/IP(With Lynne Greer Jolitz ). A comprehensive course which details the TCP/IP protocol suite, the Internet CORE protocols and the basics of Internet architecture, including the Domain Name Server. It also examines the underlying concepts and principles of TCP/IP. Examples, network management, the integration of applications protocols into a useful network, and network operations are also discussed.
The Internet and ISDN. This intensive short course reviewed ISDN basics, IP growth, ISDN service introductions, and existing ad hoc implementations. ISDN is studied as a catalyst for campus Internet service, using the University of California at Berkeley as a case example.