Talk:Network Administration

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How detailed is this article supposed to be? Maybe it ought to be split into different sections... Actually, the wikiversity model specifies that Topics only contain a "table of contents" and then the actual content be presented on other pages, so that different courses can include the same information. Pnguyen 20:35, 16 February 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]


On one hand I agree with Pnguyen, in order to make the information on wikiversity more applicable to many different parent topics, the content should be located on their own pages; on the other if there is only a few paragraphs on for a subtopic, this hardly warrants giving it it's own page. Abfan1011 8:44, 1 June 2007


A standards section {perhaps the most important section} in this type of article is incomplete without pointing to cabling standards. The comment about the OSI model is an understatement and lacks NPOV. basically standards should take OSI breakdown and at each of the tear out standads lists, while a few things are a little messsy in this it is an opertunity to have a look at that too. All that said the previous comments make a good point so standards whould more likely be an article of it's own. it is still IMHO --Dementednetman 03:14, 16 September 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I would propose a "Common Network Services" section. Directory services, such as LDAP, X.500, and NIS could be put in this section along with services like SMTP, DNS, and NAS. Bmenking 18:04, 9 August 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]