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RE: got any good documents ?

  • From: Goldstein_William
  • Date: Wed Sep 16 12:42:00 1998

Dan Minoli has published a couple of good books on ATM this year.

Also, Darren Spohn and Dave McDysan have a new one coming out in a few
weeks that is supposed to be very comprehensive.
Bill Goldstein
Senior Internet Specialist
AT&T
wgoldstein@att.com
TEL:(412)642-7288

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   From:       jamie
   Sent:       Wednesday, September 16, 1998 10:04 AM
   To:         kbrown
   Cc:         nanog; jamie
   Subject:    Re: got any good documents ?
    
   "ATM for Dummies".
    
   Honestly, it's a really good book.
    
   Bought it a year or so? ago. It's pretty thorough in explaining
   concepts.
    
   Don't see it on my bookshelf here, so I don't have an ISBN for ya. :(
    
   -jamie
    
   kbrown@teamhuber.com wrote:
   > From errors-nohumans@merit.edu  Tue Sep 15 14:52:52 1998
   > From: kbrown@teamhuber.com
   > X-Lotus-FromDomain: TEAMHUBER
   > To: nanog@merit.edu
   > Message-ID: <86256680.006BE767.00@domino.teamhuber.com>
   > Date: Tue, 15 Sep 1998 14:38:34 -0500
   > Subject: got any good documents ?
   > Content-Disposition: inline
   > Sender: owner-nanog@merit.edu
    
   >  
   >  
   > I am preparing to give a presentation to end-users about using ATM
   > technologies in their environments.  I'm doing well, with the
   exception of
   > finding a way to "dumb-down" ATM addressing.  Might any of you have
   already
   > dealt with this issue...say perhaps with your managers?  :=)
   >  
   > If you have a document which might assist me with reducing the
   overhead
   > required to explain this, and you don't mind me borrowing some of
   the
   > context... please zap it my way.   It will be greatly appreciated.
   >  
   > Kevin Brown
   > kevin@teamhuber.com
   >  
   >  
    
    
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