A guide to the TCP/IP protocol suite

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Artech House, 1993 - Computers - 313 pages
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A Guide to the TCP/IP Protocol Suite offers a concise yet comprehensive description of all the major protocols of a TCP/IP-based network. An invaluable timesaver for programmers and communication engineers, the book minimizes search time by indicating the precise RFC numbers for given specifications. With numerous illustrations ideal for training purposes, it provides an organized description of the TCP/IP protocol suite.

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Floyd Wilder earned his B.S. in mathematics from California State in Los Angeles. Mr. Wilder is a course developer at Advanced Computer Communications (ACC). His experience includes serving as an independent consultant specializing in data communications interfaces and networking/network management protocols. He is the developer of an ACC Internetwork engineering course, as well as the author of several training handbooks.

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