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[Fwd: Linux Network Administrator's Guide Revised]

In light of the recent messages about O'Reilly's revised NAG, here's
the news release that I received yesterday about this.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Linux Network Administrator's Guide Revised
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2000 14:42:08 -0700 (PDT)
From: Lisa Mann <lisam@oreilly.com>
To: dan@lpi.org

For immediate release
For more information, a review copy, cover art, 
or an interview with the authors, contact:
Lisa Mann (707) 829-0515 ext 230 or lisam@oreilly.com

Linux Network Administrator's Guide Revised and Expanded

Sebastopol, CA--Olaf Kirch originally wrote "Linux Network
Administrator's Guide" as part of the Linux Documentation Project to
enable users to master all those day-to-day, practical issues that
arise in Linux networking. It proved so invaluable a text on Linux
networking, that O'Reilly & Associates published it in book form.

"'Linux Network Administrator's Guide' is an LDP work, it's a free
documentation project," says Terry Dawson, the book's co-author. "The
end result is an example of the synergy that can result when a company
like O'Reilly is brave enough to support a project in spite of the
knowledge that some of their work and effort may assist competitors."

Now fully updated in its second edition, this impressive, comprehensive
introduction to networking on Linux covers firewalls--including the use
of ipchains and iptables (netfilter)--masquerading, and accounting.
Other new topics include Novell (NCP/IPX) support and INN (news
administration). Original material on serial connections, UUCP, routing
and DNS, Mail and News, SLIP and PPP, NFS, and NIS has been thoroughly

"Networking is critically important to Linux. Linux was born of the
Internet and now plays a part in driving the growth of the Internet.
The synergy between the two is very exciting. Linux administrators can
expect to see greater sophistication in the tools available to them for
network administration. They can also expect to see increased depth and
breadth of the scope of tools. What is available now is just the
beginning," says Dawson.

Olaf Kirch, co-author, agrees. "I believe Linux is here to stay. During
the next year or two, we'll see a consolidation of the Linux market,
with 'serious' companies stepping up their involvement in the Linux
arena: hardware vendors creating their own Linux distributions, etc.
Network admins will have to be familiar with Linux."

About O'Reilly's Second Edition Discount
If you have the first edition of "Linux Network Administrator's Guide",
O'Reilly will give you a 30% discount on the purchase price of the
newer edition on orders directly from the publisher. You must send in
the original title page to get the discount--no photocopies allowed. If
you have any questions or comments, please contact a representative
from O'Reilly's Customer Service department (800-998-9938) or email

Chapter 9, TCP/IP Firewall, is available free online at:

For more information about the book, including Table of Contents, index, 
author bio, and samples, see:

For a cover graphic in jpeg format, go to:

# # #
Linux Network Administrator's Guide, 2nd Edition
By Olaf Kirch & Terry Dawson
2nd Edition July 2000
1-56592-400-2, 506 pages, $34.95

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