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Guide to TCP/IP with New EtherPeek

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9780619186548

ISBN10:
0619186542
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Pub. Date:
1/13/2003
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

This text provides a comprehensive, hands-on look at TCP/IP. It includes coverage of the latest TCP/IP stack implementations on Windows 2000, as well as coverage of Ipv6 and SMTP. Practice skills as they are learned with extensive hands-on projects, in-depth case projects, and review questions in each chapter. Accompanying CD-ROM contains a demo version of EtherPeek protocol analyzer software and sample protocol traces, giving users direct hands-on practice diagnosing protocol traces.

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
Introducing TCP/IP
1(52)
What is TCP/IP?
2(1)
The Origins and History of TCP/IP
2(5)
TCP/IP's Design Goals
2(1)
A TCP/IP Chronology
3(2)
Who ``Owns'' TCP/IP?
5(2)
TCP/IP Standards and RFCs
7(1)
OSI Network Reference Model Overview
8(7)
Models Break Networking into Layers
8(2)
The ISO/OSI Network Reference Model
10(1)
How Protocol Layers Behave
10(5)
The TCP/IP Networking Model
15(5)
TCP/IP Network Access Layer
16(1)
TCP/IP Network Access Layer Protocols
17(1)
TCP/IP Internet Layer Functions
17(1)
Internet Layer Protocols
18(1)
TCP/IP Transport Layer Functions
19(1)
TCP/IP Transport Layer Protocols
19(1)
TCP/IP Application Layer
19(1)
TCP/IP Protocols, Services, Sockets, and Ports
20(3)
TCP/IP Protocol Numbers
21(1)
TCP/IP Port Numbers
22(1)
TCP/IP Sockets
23(1)
Data Encapsulation in TCP/IP
23(1)
About Protocol Analysis
24(6)
Useful Roles for Protocol Analysis
24(1)
Protocol Analyzer Elements
25(4)
Placing a Protocol Analyzer on a Network
29(1)
Chapter Summary
30(2)
Key Terms
32(11)
Review Questions
43(5)
Hands-on Projects
48(4)
Case Projects
52(1)
IP Addressing and Related Topics
53(46)
IP Addressing Basics
54(2)
Anatomy of an IP Address
56(1)
IP Address Classes
56(4)
More About Class A Addresses
57(1)
More About Class B Addresses
58(1)
More About Class C Addresses
59(1)
More About Address Classes D and E
60(1)
Network, Broadcast, Multicast, and Other Special IP Addresses
60(4)
Broadcast Packet Structures
61(1)
Multicast Packet and Address Structures
62(2)
The Vanishing IP Address Space
64(2)
Understanding Basic Binary Arithmetic
66(3)
Converting Decimal to Binary
66(2)
Converting Binary to Decimal
68(1)
High-order Bit Patterns
68(1)
Low-order Bit Patterns
68(1)
Of IP Networks, Subnets, and Masks
69(6)
IP Subnets and Supernets
70(5)
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
75(2)
Public Versus Private IP Addresses
77(2)
Managing Access to IP Address Information
79(1)
Obtaining Public IP Addresses
80(1)
IP Addressing Schemes
80(3)
The Network Space
80(2)
The Host Space
82(1)
Chapter Summary
83(1)
Key Terms
84(4)
Review Questions
88(4)
Hands-on Projects
92(3)
Case Projects
95(4)
Data Link and Network Layer TCP/IP Protocols
99(62)
Data Link Protocols
100(5)
The Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP)
101(1)
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
102(2)
Special Handling for PPP Links
104(1)
Frame Types
105(11)
Ethernet Frame Types
105(7)
Token Ring Frame Types
112(4)
Hardware Addresses in the IP Environment
116(9)
ARP Packet Fields and Functions
119(3)
ARP Cache
122(2)
Proxy ARP
124(1)
Reverse ARP (RARP)
125(1)
Network Layer Protocols
125(1)
About Internet Protocol (IP)
126(4)
Sending IP Datagrams
126(1)
Route Resolution Process
127(3)
Lifetime of an IP Datagram
130(1)
Fragmentation and Reassembly
131(4)
Service Delivery Options
135(2)
Precedence
135(1)
Type of Service (TOS)
135(2)
IP Header Fields and Functions
137(6)
Version Field
137(1)
Header Length Field
137(1)
Type of Service Field
137(2)
Total Length Field
139(1)
Identification Field
140(1)
Flags Field
140(1)
Fragment Offset Field
141(1)
Time to Live (TTL) Field
141(1)
Protocol Field
141(1)
Header Checksum Field
142(1)
Source Address Field
142(1)
Destination Address Field
142(1)
Options Fields
142(1)
Chapter Summary
143(2)
Key Terms
145(6)
Review Questions
151(4)
Hands-on Projects
155(4)
Case Projects
159(2)
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
161(50)
About the Internet Control Message Protocol
162(2)
Overview of ICMP and RFC 792
162(1)
ICMP's Vital Roles on IP Networks
163(1)
Testing and Troubleshooting Sequences for ICMP
164(12)
Connectivity Testing with PING
164(2)
Path Discovery with TRACEROUTE
166(2)
Path Discovery with PATHPING
168(1)
Path MTU Discovery with ICMP
168(3)
Routing Sequences for ICMP
171(4)
Security Issues for ICMP
175(1)
ICMP Packet Fields and Functions
176(21)
Constant ICMP Fields
177(3)
The Varying ICMP Structures and Functions
180(17)
Chapter Summary
197(1)
Key Terms
198(4)
Review Questions
202(4)
Hands-on Projects
206(4)
Case Projects
210(1)
Transport Layer TCP/IP Protocols
211(42)
Understanding Connectionless Transport Protocols
212(1)
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
213(6)
UDP Header Fields and Functions
214(4)
UDP Port Numbers and Processes
218(1)
Understanding Connection-Oriented Protocols
219(1)
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
219(21)
TCP Startup Connection Process (TCP Handshake)
221(4)
TCP Keep-Alive Process
225(1)
TCP Connection Termination
226(2)
TCP Sequence and Acknowledgment Process
228(2)
TCP Error-Detection and Error-Recovery Process
230(2)
TCP Congestion Control
232(2)
TCP Sliding Window
234(1)
TCP Header Fields and Functions
235(5)
Common and Appropriate Uses for TCP and UDP
240(2)
Chapter Summary
242(1)
Key Terms
242(3)
Review Questions
245(4)
Hands-on Projects
249(2)
Case Projects
251(2)
Basic TCP/IP Services
253(44)
How Upper-layer IP Protocols Work and Behave
254(2)
Understanding FTP
256(6)
FTP Elements
256(3)
Sample FTP Communications
259(3)
Understanding Telnet
262(4)
Telnet Elements
262(2)
Sample Telnet Communications
264(2)
Understanding SMTP
266(5)
SMTP Elements
267(2)
Sample SMTP Communications
269(2)
Understanding HTTP
271(5)
HTTP Elements
271(3)
Sample HTTP Communications
274(2)
Other Common IP-based Services
276(5)
Echo
277(1)
Quote of the Day (QOD)
277(1)
Character Generator (Chargen)
277(1)
Windows 2000 and Simple TCP/IP Utilities
277(1)
Whois
278(1)
TFTP
278(1)
Finger
279(1)
Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
279(1)
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
280(1)
NetBIOS Over TCP/IP
280(1)
Decoding Upper-layer Protocols
281(2)
Chapter Summary
283(1)
Key Terms
284(3)
Review Questions
287(4)
Hands-on Projects
291(5)
Case Projects
296(1)
Domain Name System (DNS)
297(48)
DNS History and Background
298(7)
DNS Database Structure
299(2)
A DNS Overview
301(1)
DNS Database Records
301(1)
Delegating DNS Authority
302(1)
Types of DNS Servers
303(1)
The Client Side of DNS
304(1)
How Domain Name Servers Work
305(2)
DNS Root-level Servers
305(2)
The Importance of DNS Caching
307(1)
DNS Configuration Files and Resource Record Formats
308(6)
Start of Authority (SOA) Record
309(1)
Address and Alias Records
310(1)
Mapping Addresses to Names
311(1)
Handling the Loopback Address
312(1)
Obtaining and Storing Root Server Data
312(2)
The NSLOOKUP Command
314(3)
NSLOOKUP Details
315(1)
Using NSLOOKUP
315(2)
DNS Query/Response Packet Formats
317(7)
DNS Implementation
324(1)
The Trouble with DNS
325(2)
Chapter Summary
327(1)
Key Terms
328(4)
Review Questions
332(4)
Hands-on Projects
336(7)
Case Projects
343(2)
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
345(36)
Introducing DHCP
346(5)
DHCP's Origins
348(1)
DHCP Software Elements
348(1)
DHCP Lease Types
349(1)
More About DHCP Leases
350(1)
Understanding IP Address Management with DHCP
351(1)
The Standard Address Discovery Process
351(7)
The Discover Packet
352(2)
The Offer Packet
354(1)
The Request Packet
355(2)
The Acknowledgment Packet
357(1)
The Address Renewal Process
358(2)
The Renewal Time (T1)
358(1)
The Rebinding Time (T2)
358(2)
The DHCP Address Release Process
360(1)
DHCP Packet Structures
360(6)
DHCP Options Fields
362(4)
Broadcast and Unicast in DHCP
366(1)
DHCP Relay Agents
367(1)
Microsoft DHCP Scopes and Classes
368(1)
The Future of DHCP
369(1)
Troubleshooting DHCP
369(1)
Chapter Summary
370(1)
Key Terms
370(3)
Review Questions
373(5)
Hands-on Projects
378(2)
Case Projects
380(1)
Securing TCP/IP Environments
381(54)
Understanding Computer and Network Security
382(8)
The Three Legs of Network Security
382(1)
Understanding Typical IP Attacks, Exploits, and Break-ins
383(2)
Common Types of IP-Related Attacks
385(1)
What IP Services Are Most Vulnerable?
386(1)
Of Holes, Back Doors, and Other Illicit Points of Entry
387(2)
Principles of IP Security
389(1)
Common IP Points of Attack
390(11)
Viruses, Worms, and Trojan Horse Programs
390(2)
Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks
392(2)
Distributed Denial of Service Attacks (DDoS)
394(1)
Buffer Overflows
395(1)
Spoofing
395(1)
TCP Session Hijacking
396(1)
The Anatomy of IP Attacks
397(2)
Network Sniffing
399(2)
Fixing IP Security Problems
401(16)
The Importance of Patches and Fixes
401(1)
Knowing Which Ports to Block
402(1)
Recognizing Attack Signatures
402(3)
IP Security
405(1)
About Firewalls, Proxy Servers, and Other Boundary Devices
405(10)
Windows 2000: Another Generation of Network Security
415(1)
Updating Anti-Virus Engines and Virus Lists
416(1)
Testing Your Network
417(1)
Chapter Summary
418(2)
Key Terms
420(5)
Review Questions
425(5)
Hands-on Projects
430(3)
Case Projects
433(2)
Routing in the IP Environment
435(40)
Understanding Routing
436(7)
Distance Vector Routing Protocols
439(2)
Link-State Routing Protocols
441(2)
Routing Characteristics
443(5)
Route Convergence
443(1)
Split Horizon
443(1)
Poison Reverse
444(1)
Time to Live (TTL)
444(1)
Multicast Versus Broadcast Update Behavior
445(1)
ICMP Router Advertisements
445(1)
Black Holes
445(1)
Areas, Autonomous Systems, and Border Routers
446(2)
Interior Gateway Protocols (IGPs)
448(8)
RIP
448(3)
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
451(5)
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
456(1)
Exterior Gateway Protocols (EGPs)
456(1)
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
457(1)
Managing Routing on an In-House Internetwork
457(1)
Hybrid Networks
458(1)
Routing On and Off a Wide Area Network
459(2)
Several Small Offices
459(1)
Hub and Spoke
459(1)
Multiprotocol
460(1)
Mobile Users
460(1)
Routing To and From the Internet
461(1)
Securing Routers and Routing Behavior
462(1)
Troubleshooting IP Routing
463(1)
Chapter Summary
463(1)
Key Terms
464(3)
Review Questions
467(4)
Hands-on Projects
471(2)
Case Projects
473(2)
Monitoring and Managing Ip Networks
475(34)
Understanding Network Management Practices and Principle
476(6)
Network Management Architectures
476(2)
OSI Network Management Model
478(1)
Practical Network Management
479(1)
In-band Versus Out-of-band Management
480(2)
Understanding SNMP
482(9)
Management Information Base (MIB) Objects
483(5)
SNMP Agents
488(1)
SNMP Managers
488(1)
SNMP Messages
488(2)
SNMP Security
490(1)
Installing and Configuring SNMP Agents and Consoles
491(3)
Agent Configuration
492(1)
Console Installation
493(1)
Console Configuration
494(1)
SNMP Consoles, Tools, Utilities, and Key Files
494(1)
Integrating SNMP With Other Management Environments
495(1)
Troubleshooting SNMP
496(1)
Chapter Summary
496(2)
Key Terms
498(2)
Review Questions
500(5)
Hands-on Projects
505(2)
Case Projects
507(2)
TCP/IP, NetBIOS, And WINS
509(46)
What is NetBIOS (and Why Do I Care)?
510(1)
Historic Limitations of NetBIOS
510(1)
NetBIOS in Windows 2000
511(6)
NetBIOS in Perspective
512(2)
What is NetBIOS Used For?
514(1)
How Does NetBIOS Work?
514(3)
NetBIOS Names
517(1)
Structure of NetBIOS Names
517(1)
NetBIOS Name Types and Suffixes
518(1)
NetBIOS Scope Identifier
518(1)
NetBIOS Name Registration and Resolution
518(7)
Name Resolution Regimes by Node Type
520(1)
NetBIOS Name Cache and LMHOSTS File
521(1)
WINS Name Registration and Resolution
522(2)
DNS and the HOSTS File
524(1)
NetBIOS Over TCP/IP
525(3)
NetBIOS Names and IP Names
526(2)
WINS Servers
528(7)
How WINS Works
528(1)
Different WINS Configurations
529(6)
Troubleshooting WINS and NetBIOS
535(4)
Tools for Troubleshooting NetBIOS and WINS Problems
536(2)
Typical Errors in NetBIOS and WINS
538(1)
Chapter Summary
539(1)
Key Terms
539(2)
Review Questions
541(4)
Hands-on Projects
545(7)
Case Projects
552(3)
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)
555(1)
Why Create a New Version of IP?
556(1)
The IPv6 Address Space
557(1)
Address Format and Allocations
557(3)
Address Types
560(6)
Address Allocations
566(2)
Routing Considerations
568(1)
Neighbor Discovery and Router Advertisement
568(2)
Path MTU Discovery and Changes in Fragmentation
570(1)
IPv6 Packet Formats
570(1)
Basic IPv6 Header Format
571(4)
Extension Headers
575(6)
New and Enhanced IPv6 Features
581(1)
Autoconfiguration
581(7)
Security
584(4)
Quality of Service (QoS)
588(2)
Mobile Users
590(3)
Transition: Coexistence of IPv4 and IPv6
593(1)
Dual Stack Approach
594(1)
Tunneling Through the IPv4 Cloud
594(1)
Native IPv6
595(1)
Chapter Summary
595(1)
Key Terms
596(5)
Review Questions
601(5)
Hands-on Projects
606(2)
Case Projects
608


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