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Samsung LE26R41B 26" Rome II LCD TV Fully HD Ready by Samsung
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sharp as toast, 1 Feb 2006
With mediocre broadcast SD you might not notice the difference so much but once you have decent quality transmission such as Sky, or run DVDs, you notice straight away how good this is. Cant wait for HD! I was tempted to buy the cheaper model, which was still pretty good, but this puppy has a super sharp picture and nice colour saturation, handles anything you throw in terms of movemeent etc. Remote is a bit ropey (no picture mode button for instance) and sound could be a bit more beefy but these are minor niggles. Overall I think the quality is as good as you'll get in an LCD.
Routing TCP/IP: v. 1: Authorized CCIE Preparation &hellip by Jeff Doyle
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Truly the don. So long as you don't need BGP (covered in vol II & Halabi's BGP bible) then this rocks. Section 1 covers the basics, and well. Section 2 is a fairly exhaustive guide to IGP protocols which is not bettered anywhere. Although the ISIS chapter lacks a little in the way of fine-tuning tips its still the best I've seen and the other sections most relevant nowadays (OSPF, RIP2, EIGRP) are also great. The detail required for CCIE prep and effective understanding for large-scale network design and troubleshooting is all here. Section III is a vital guide to the nuances of policy-based routing and route-redistribution.
Aside from MPLS, along with vol II this provides… Read more
Advanced MPLS Design and Implementation: PLS, VNPs&hellip by Vivek Alwayn
Some good content here but I found that it went over some of the ground in Jim Guichard's more comprehensive VPN Architectures without the same clarity or depth. The Traffic-engineering section was uesful but a little thin and the QOS chapter very limited. I think it may have been a covert admission by the author that MPLS is not the technology to use for advanced and complex policing, classification and service-based policies. I think advanced guides dedicated to individual MPLS technologies would be better, or a real weighty omniscient MPLS tome, neither of which Cisco has yet produced; although MPLS QOS (my main gripe with this book) was incorporated into the last Cisco 'IP Qulaity of… Read more

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