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5.0 out of 5 stars
Not only network administration, 23 Oct 2008
Though the book's title is "Network Administration with FreeBSD", it actually covers all aspects of bringing a FreeBSD system to a useful server configuration. It starts with a general introduction in topics like system setup, configuration, RAID, package management and jails, and continues to cover most aspects of network administration, from setting up basic IP (IPv4 and IPv6) to firewalls, tunneling and network servers (SSH, DNS, Apache, etc.).
I'd say the book is targeted to users beginning with FreeBSD but at least some experience (even if it's only cursory) with Unix or Linux systems administration. For this audience, it gets full marks.