TCP/IP Unleashed

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Sams, 2002 - Computers - 1091 pages

TCP/IP Unleashed, Third Edition, explains the features and complexities of the TCP/IP protocol suite in a comprehensive, logical format. The book is designed for easy reference and incorporates step-by-step guidelines and configuration examples to enhance the reader's learning experience. Our expert authors walk through the fundamentals of TCP/IP before moving on to more challenging topics including naming and addressing, IPv6, routing, implementation, TCP/IP applications, and TCP/IP network administration. TCP/IP Unleashed has been revised to include the latest implementation information and real-world experiences, including configuring TCP/IP for Linux and Windows 2000 systems.

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About the author (2002)

Karanjit S. Siyan, Ph.D., has been actively involved in the TCP/IP specification since its inception and is the creator of some of the original TCP/IP application. Dr. Siyan has authored and presented international seminars on TCP/IP networks, Solaris and SunOS, PC network integration, Windows NT, Novel networks and is an expert at using fuzzy logic. He is also a leading author on the subject of TCP/IP.

Tim Parker, Ph.D., founded Timothy Parker Consulting Incorporated (TCPI), a technical services firm, more than 20 years ago. He specializes in technical training, including several courses about TCP/IP, software development, and hardware testing. He is the author of more than 1,500 articles and several books.

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