Internetworking with TCP/IP: principles, protocols, and architecture
The book for describing the protocols for the Internet network used widely around the country by such agencies as the National Science Foundation, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, and NASA.
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Less a review than a trip down memory lane.
Back at the dawn of time, around 1990, if you wanted to know how TCP/IP worked you got Comer ("Internetworking with TCP/IP"). If you wanted to know what to do with it you got Stevens ("Unix Network Programming"). Period. That's all there was; that was enough.
In 1991 at Networld/Interop, if you popped for the full deal, you got mini-classes tossed in. I took 2 days of TCP/IP programming in C from Dick Stevens and two days of how TCP/IP works from Doug Comer. Therein lies the foundation of my fortune.
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Review of Underlying Network Technologies
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Internetworking with TCP/IP.: Design, implementation, and internals, Volume 2
Douglas E. Comer,David L. Stevens
No preview available - 1999