Linux Book Info
This book covers both old standbys and newfangled technologies. The old-time stuff includes system administration via serial console, dial-up networking, building an Internet gateway, VLANs, various methods of secure remote access, routing, and traffic control. Newfangled technologies include building your own iPBX with Aster-isk, wireless connectivity, cross-platform remote graphical desktops, hands-free network installation of new systems, single sign-on for mixed Linux and Windows LANs, and IPv6 basics. And, there are chapters on monitoring, alerting, and troubleshooting.