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When I originally conceived the idea of this book in the fall of 2005, several people encouraged and convinced me that this was a useful and a doable endeavor; but for this it would have never progressed. I am especially grateful to Dr. Bob Metcalfe for so graciously and promptly offering to write the foreword. That he, the inventor of Ethernet, thought it worthwhile despite his hectic schedule and probably numerous such requests definitely propelled this effort. I am also thankful to Manu Kaycee for his support, especially during the initial stages of this undertaking. I am enormously grateful to each of my co-authors for sharing my vision and more importantly, for transforming it into reality. It took considerable effort, often at the cost of pressing personal and other professional obligations, to contribute to this book. To use a borrowed phrase, this book was possible because I stood on the shoulders of the giants in our industry. Jane Brownlow, my editor at McGraw Hill patiently guided me through the process of this, my first publishing venture. I thank her and Jennifer Housh, the acquisitions coordinator, for making it all much simpler and decidedly more pleasant than it probably is. I am also very thankful to Paul Amsden, the external technical editor, for so diligently and cheerfully reviewing the material. Sam RC, the project manager, was a pleasure to work with as well. I appreciate the support, encouragement and feedback that I received throughout the process, most notably from Shailesh Shukla at Juniper Networks, who has been a mentor and a great friend for the last 16 years, Stan Hubbard from Heavy Reading, as well as my colleagues Dr. Mehmet Toy, Bernie McElroy, Michael Mahoney and Dr. Per Hansen. I thank my sisters Tasmia, Salma & Najma, brother Razak and my brother-in-law, Zia, for the love and support that one can only hope for. I am ever grateful to Ammi and Abbi (my parents) for their unconditional love, support and best wishes that I have always been always assured of, in this and all other endeavors. Most importantly, I would like to acknowledge my darling daughter Sophia Eeman. For her abundant love, inspiration, and for giving me a glimpse of the wondrous, I remain eternally thankful. This is for you my jaan Ultimately, of course, all human endeavors are possible only because they are blessed by God. This is no exception. I remain grateful for His love. Abdul Kasim September 25, 2007 New Jersey, U.S.A. kasim@alum.mit.edu
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