[lug] Learning about networking and firewalls?

Matt James matuse at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 6 12:49:20 MST 2009

I've got a "Teach yourself networking visually" book that I've lent to a
number of people.  I think it does a pretty good job of explaining the
basics of network topology in a straight forward and visual way.  I picked
it up because people ask me network questions all the time and I figured it
was easier than repeating myself over and over again.

you can check it out on amazon here:



On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 12:35 PM, David Morris <lists at morris-clan.net> wrote:

> A cousin of mine is interested in learning more about networking,
> specifically firewalls.  I've dealt with both for many years, but
> picked up everything the hard way as I went along (by experimenting,
> and occasionally making catastrophic mistakes).  The unfortunate
> result is I have no reference material to point him towards, even
> though I'm more or less an expert on the topic.
> Anyone know of any good books or web sites to help him go through this
> process a bit more easily than I did?
> Thanks,
> --David
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