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Proceedings of IPTComm 2007 By Gregory W. Bond, Henning Schulzrinne, Dorgham Sisalem
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Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications (IPTComm), held at Columbia University, New York, July 19-20, 2007.
Proceedings of IPTComm 2007 By Gregory W. Bond, Henning Schulzrinne, Dorgham Sisalem
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Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications (IPTComm), held at Columbia University, New York, July 19-20, 2007.
Linux Networking: Hands-On By Tom Sinclair
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This is a guide to building a TCP/IP network using Linux. It includes step-by-step instructions for setting up a DNS, e-mail server, directory service, network printing and file sharing and... More > networking authentication using Kerberos. Each chapter includes a guide to terminology, review exercises and critical thinking questions, in addition to screen shots and diagrams. The content is suitable for someone who is comfortable with Linux but wishes to extend their knowledge with practical experience.< Less
Linux Networking: Hands-On By Tom Sinclair
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This is a guide to building a TCP/IP network using Linux. It includes step-by-step instructions for setting up a DNS, e-mail server, directory service, network printing and file sharing and... More > networking authentication using Kerberos. Each chapter includes a guide to terminology, review exercises and critical thinking questions, in addition to screen shots and diagrams. The content is suitable for someone who is comfortable with Linux but wishes to extend their knowledge with practical experience.< Less
Network Security : Using Linux By Michael Sweeney
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Network Security Using Linux will take you through TCP/IP, IPv4, IPv6, building firewalls, Building a Snort IDS sensor and effective logging and managing the log files. Each subject is treated as... More > step by step guide to how to install from scratch the applications and how to make them work. We also will cover the why they are needed, but not in so much detail to make you forget why you bought the book in the first place.< Less
Directory Services Middleware for Multimedia Conferencing : Using ITU-T Recommendation H.350 and IETF Informational RFC 3944 By Jill Gemmill
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This book provides an understanding of the theory and use of middleware for videoconferencing and voice over IP (VoIP), focusing on ITU-T recommendation H.350 ”Directory Services Architecture... More > for Multimedia Conferencing”, and also standardized by the IETF as Informational RFC 3944. A standardized use of LDAP to store users voice, video and collaborative multimedia information in a way that integrates with directory and identity management systems is described. Account configuration, authentication and authorization are linked to the enterprise directory. H.350 improves security by standardized storage of authentication credentials. H.350 supports SIP, H.323, H.320 and also proprietary conferencing protocols. The cookbook explains the various object classes and attributes in H.350, discusses architectural choices and decisions, and provides step by step installation and configuration instructions for Sun One (iPlanet), OpenLDAP, and Active Directory. Sample code for developers is included.< Less
Directory Services Middleware for Multimedia Conferencing : Using ITU-T Recommendation H.350 and IETF Informational RFC 3944 By Jill Gemmill
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This book provides an understanding of the theory and use of middleware for videoconferencing and voice over IP (VoIP), focusing on ITU-T recommendation H.350 ”Directory Services Architecture... More > for Multimedia Conferencing”, and also standardized by the IETF as Informational RFC 3944. A standardized use of LDAP to store users voice, video and collaborative multimedia information in a way that integrates with directory and identity management systems is described. Account configuration, authentication and authorization are linked to the enterprise directory. H.350 improves security by standardized storage of authentication credentials. H.350 supports SIP, H.323, H.320 and also proprietary conferencing protocols. The cookbook explains the various object classes and attributes in H.350, discusses architectural choices and decisions, and provides step by step installation and configuration instructions for Sun One (iPlanet), OpenLDAP, and Active Directory. Sample code for developers is included.< Less
IPTV for Telcos: Competing in a Converged Telecoms Market. By Peter Ariyibi
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The days of the monopoly of the incumbent operator are long gone, with regulators striving for further deregulation, the increased competition from new entrants means the average revenue derived per... More > user from voice is declining for incumbents. Operators are changing tact, rather than merely shifting “bits”, the trend is towards service convergence and blending (moving higher up the value chain). The digital broadcast industry (also a highly competitive market with declining traditional advertising revenues) is being courted by fixed telecommunications operators-telcos, to bring about Internet protocol television (IPTV): video (multimedia) content via telcos broadband IP networks. Hitherto closed platform model of telcos is giving way to an open approach, well partially, with third parties getting involved at different levels of the value chain. This book evaluates launching an IPTV service from commercial and technical perspectives with the fixed line operator in mind.< Less
IPTV for Telcos: Competing in a Converged Telecoms Market. By Peter Ariyibi
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The days of the monopoly of the incumbent operator are long gone, with regulators striving for further deregulation, the increased competition from new entrants means the average revenue derived per... More > user from voice is declining for incumbents. Operators are changing tact, rather than merely shifting “bits”, the trend is towards service convergence and blending (moving higher up the value chain). The digital broadcast industry (also a highly competitive market with declining traditional advertising revenues) is being courted by fixed telecommunications operators-telcos, to bring about Internet protocol television (IPTV): video (multimedia) content via telcos broadband IP networks. Hitherto closed platform model of telcos is giving way to an open approach, well partially, with third parties getting involved at different levels of the value chain. This book evaluates launching an IPTV service from commercial and technical perspectives with the fixed line operator in mind.< Less
Wireless Networking in the Developing World By Rob Flickenger et al.
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The massive popularity of wireless networking has caused equipment costs to continually plummet, while equipment capabilities continue to increase. By applying this technology in areas that are badly... More > in need of critical communications infrastructure, more people can be brought online than ever before, in less time, for very little cost. We hope to not only convince you that this is possible, but also show how we have made such networks work, and to give you the information and tools you need to start a network project in your local community. This book was created by a team of individuals who each, in their own field, are actively participating in the ever-expanding Internet by pushing its reach farther than ever before. This book documents our efforts to build wireless networks in the developing world. Download the PDF for free from http://wndw.net/< Less