TCP/IP 2 Running A Successful Network

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1996-10-17
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

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This book provides the user with a practical perspective on how to install, configure and maintain a TCP/IP network. Now in its second edition, the book is split into three sections, covering the issues an IT manager or communications network designer needs to understand in order to implement a scalable and manageable TCP/IP network; the technology in detail, providing the information that network support engineers must understand if they are to maintain the network; and providing a useful reference section.  

Table of Contents

Introducing TCP/IP
Establishing the Network Foundation
Planning and Managing IP Addresses
Subnetworks and Supernetworks
The TCP/IP Upper Layers
Transport and Application Services
System Configuration and Optimising Performance
Request for Comments
The Physical and Datalink Layers
Internet Protocol (IPV4 & IPV6)
Transport Layer Protocols
Application Layer Services
Working with Names
The Network File System
Routing IP
Simple Network Management
Configuration and Testing
Contacting the Network Information Centre
Obtaining RFCs
Useful RFCs
Subnetting a Class B Address
Official IAB Standard Protocols
Protocol Traces
Well-known ports
Telnet Protocol Traces
FTP Traces
ASN.1 and BER tag types
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