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eBook Illustrated TCP/IP (Illustrated Network) ePub

by Matthew G. Naugle

  • ISBN: 0471196568
  • Category: Networking and Cloud Computing
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Matthew G. Naugle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley (November 19, 1998)
  • Pages: 512
  • ePub book: 1406 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1910 kb
  • Other: txt lrf doc rtf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 246

Description

Nothing happens on the Internet without the underlying collection of network protocols - the TCP/IP stack - playing a role.

Nothing happens on the Internet without the underlying collection of network protocols - the TCP/IP stack - playing a role. If you're looking to increase your networking knowledge - and your marketability - by becoming familiar with TCP/IP, take a look at Illustrated TCP/IP for an orientation.

A complete anatomy of TCP/IP networks and the IP protocol suite in a quick-reference format. Each topic is concisely explained on a large-format page, with a PowerPoint slide graphic to illustrate key concepts.

TCP/IP Illustrated Book

TCP/IP Illustrated Book. Illustrated TCP/IP by Matthew G. Naugle Wiley Computer Publishing, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 0471196568 Pub Date: 11/01/98. Part One - Introduction to the TCP/IP Protocol. Intranets from different companies or simply different sites can communicate with each other through.

Illustrated TCP/IP by Matthew G. ISBN: 0471196568 Pub . The ability to place a variable-length subnet mask on a single IP network address. VLSMs are explained in detail in the OSPF section. ISBN: 0471196568 Pub Date: 11/01/98 Previous Table of Contents Next Chapter 70 IP Addressing (The Old Method) R efer to slide 82. IP Addressing (The Old Method) Previous Table of Contents Next. A mask that is shorter than the IP network address natural mask. Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR). An advertisement mechanism that allows for advertising routes without regard to class assignment.

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TCP/IP Illustrated is the name of a series of 3 books written by W. Richard Stevens

TCP/IP Illustrated is the name of a series of 3 books written by W. Richard Stevens. Unlike traditional books which explain the RFC specifications, Stevens goes into great detail using actual network traces to describe the protocol, hence its 'Illustrated' title. The first book in the series, "Volume 1: The Protocols", is cited by hundreds of technical papers in ACM journals.

TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols is an excellent text that provides encyclopedic coverage of the TCP/IP .

TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols is an excellent text that provides encyclopedic coverage of the TCP/IP protocol suite. What sets this book apart from others on this subject is the fact that the author supplements all of the discussion with data collected via diagnostic programs; thus, it is possible to "watch" the protocols in action in a real situation.

In his coverage of IP, Matthew Naugle explains IPv4 and IPv6, along with the protocols that .

In his coverage of IP, Matthew Naugle explains IPv4 and IPv6, along with the protocols that facilitate routing and other interactions among IP hosts (including Routing Information Protocol, Open Shortest Path First, and Internet Control Message Protocol ). Naugle covers Transport Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and offers information on the software that has grown up around the TCP/IP suite (including FTP, DNS, and SMTP).

A complete anatomy of TCP/IP networks and the IP protocol suite in a quick-reference format. Illustrated TCP/IP Whether you're adding new TCP/IP applications to your office suite or migrating from IPv4 to IPv6, Illustrated TCP/IP gives you instant access to the detailed information you need-in a unique quick-reference format. Each topic is concisely explained on a large-format page, with a PowerPoint slide graphic to illustrate key concepts. Matt Naugle covers all the bases, including: * A concise, easy-to-read discussion of the TCP/IP protocol * IPv4 and IPv6 addressing * FTP, DNS, SMTP, SNMP, BOOTP, DHCP, RSVP, RTP, RTCP, and other major applications protocols * Routing protocols RIP, RIPv2, and OSPF * IP multicast * The impact of IPv6 on existing networks * Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 * RFCs and where to find them. The CD-ROM supplies you with: PowerPoint slides of the illustrations in the book that you can use in your presentations, seminars, and reports.

Comments

iSlate iSlate
This book badly needs to be edited all over again. I could spend the next hour typing out problems with either the statements and/or the editing. Here's a few examples:
1) On page 2, TCP is identified as "Transmission Control Protocol". On page 12, TCP is identified "Transmission Control Program". On the slide at the bottom of page 38, TCP is identified as "Transmission Control Protocol" On the slide at the bottom of page 39, TCP is identified as "Transport Control Protocol"
Which one is correct? A protocol is certainly not a program and Transport is not interchangeable with Transmission. Since this is the title of the book, you'd think a consistent name would be nice.
2) The book starts out by talking about Netware and how TCP/IP may someday rival Netware. On page 5 the author states "As of this writing, NetWare is still the best constructed client-server program available"
Funny, but I thought I was buying a book on TCP/IP and learning the innards of it, not an opinion essay on Netware vs Vines vs NT. Leave that for the columnists and stick to the subject at hand. Netware was not a founding component of the Internet and it shouldn't even be in the introduction.
As I stated earlier, I could go on, but I feel the above items are enough examples. I'm sorry I spent money on it and I'm even more sorry I can't take it back. I know I won't be buying any more books from this author/company anymore.
Zeks Horde Zeks Horde
This is not a book that I would read cover to cover but it is a great reference tool and I use it daily as a great source for graphic TCP/IP explanations. I also use it as a teaching aid for TCP/IP and to explain router protocol theory. I would definitely recommend buying this book!