9780672337895

TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself

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  • ISBN13:

    9780672337895

  • ISBN10:

    0672337894

  • Edition: 6th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/20/2017
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing

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Summary

Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Sixth Edition is a practical guide to the simple yet illusive protocol system that powers the Internet. A step-by-step approach reveals how the protocols of the TCP/IP stack really work and explores the rich array of services available on the Internet today. You’ll learn about configuring and managing real-world networks, and you’ll gain the deep understanding you’ll need to troubleshoot new problems when they arise. Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours is the only single-volume introduction to TCP/IP that receives regular updates to incorporate new technologies of the ever-changing Internet. This latest edition includes up-to-date material on recent topics such as tracking and privacy, cloud computing, mobile networks, and the Internet of Things.


Each chapter also comes with:


Practical, hands-on examples, showing you how to apply what you learn
Quizzes and exercises that test your knowledge and stretch your skills
Notes and tips with shortcuts, solutions, and workarounds If you're looking for a smart, concise introduction to the TCP/IP protocols,start your clock and look inside.


Learn how to...

  • Understand TCP/IP’s role, how it works, and how it continues to evolve
  • Work with TCP/IP’s Network Access, Internet, Transport, and Application layers
  • Design modern networks that will scale and resist attack
  • Address security and privacy issues with encryption, digital signatures, VPNs, Kerberos, web tracking, cookies, anonymity networks, and firewalls
  • Discover how IPv6 differs from IPv4, and how to migrate or coexist with IPv6
  • Configure dynamic addressing, DHCP, NAT, and Zeroconf
  • Establish efficient and reliable routing, subnetting, and name resolution
  • Use TCP/IP in modern cloud-based environments
  • Integrate IoT devices into your TCP/IP network
  • Improve your efficiency with the latest TCP/IP tools and utilities
  • Support high-performance media streaming and webcasting
  • Troubleshoot problems with connectivity, protocols, name resolution, and performance
  • Walk through TCP/IP network implementation, from start to finish

Author Biography

Joe Casad is an author, editor, and engineer who has written widely on PC networking and system administration. His many books on computers and networking include Network Professional Library: Active Directory and MCSE Networking Essentials Training Guide. He currently serves as editor in chief of Linux Pro Magazine, ADMIN
Magazine, and Raspberry Pi Geek.

Professional highlights:
* Has been editing Linux Pro Magazine for 11 years.
* Served as founding editor of 3 new successful high-tech print magazines over the last seven years (Ubuntu User, ADMIN, and Raspberry Pi Geek), as well as several ITrelated websites.
* Former technical editor of Sysadmin Magazine.
* Former senior editor of Unix Review Online
* Former managing editor: R&D Technical Books

Joe's monthly column appears at the Linux Pro/Linux Magazine website:
http://www.linuxpromagazine.com/Issues/2016/183/Welcome
Joe also writes the news for the ADMIN and Linux Pro sites:
http://www.linuxpromagazine.com/Online/News/Microsoft-Offers-Linux-Certification

Table of Contents

Part I: TCP/IP Basics

Hour 1. What is TCP/IP Revise intro; UPDATE as necessary
Hour 2: How TCP/IP Works

Part II: The TCP/IP Protocol System

Hour 3: The Network Access Layer UPDATE as Necessary
Hour 4: The Internet Layer Integrate old Hour 5 (Subnetting) with Hour 4.
Hour 5: The Transport Layer
Hour 6: The Application Layer UPDATE as Necessary

Part III: Networking with TCP/IP

Hour 7: Routing UPDATE as Necessary
Hour 8: Getting Connected UPDATE Add material on designing a network
Hour 9:Mobile Networking
Hour 10: Name Resolution UPDATE as Necessary
Hour 11: TCP/IP Security UPDATE the whole Chapter
Hour 12: Configuration UPDATE the whole Chapter
Hour 13: IPv6: The Next Generation UPDATE as Necessary

Part IV: Tools and Service

Hour 14: Tools (UPDATE: Merge old Hours 14&15 into one chapter)
Hour 15: Classic Services UPDATE as Necessary

Part V: The Internet

Hour 16: The Internet: A Closer Look UPDATE as Necessary
Hour 17: HTTP, HTML, and the World Wide Web UPDATE as Necessary
Hour 18: The New Web (UPDATE: Combine old Hours 19 and 20)
Hour 19: Tracking and Privacy

Part VI: TCP/IP at Work

Hour 20: Email
Hour 21: Streaming and Casting UPDATE as Necessary
Hour 22: Living in the Cloud UPDATE the whole Chapter
Hour 23: Internet of Things
Hour 24: Implementing a TCP/IP Network: 7 Days in the Life of a Sys Admin UPDATE the whole Chapter

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