A guide to the TCP/IP protocol suite
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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application layer ARPANET ASCII BOOTP Border Gateway Protocol bytes CCITT checksum command contained in RFC content-type defined domain name encoded encryption equal to zero error Ethernet example File Transfer File Transfer Protocol Format Gateway Protocol ICMP IEEE illustrated in Figure implementation interface Internet Protocol IP address IP datagram layer protocol multicast name server network management Network Time Protocol object identifier Obsoleted by RFC Obsoletes RFC occupies bits octet option order of transmission OSPF packet Postel Protocol Not online protocol number provides received remote reply request response routing sender sends sequence number SMTP SMTP client SMTP server SNMP SNMP message specification standard status subnet subtype Table TCP connection TCP header TCP/IP Telnet terminal TFTP timestamp Transfer Protocol transport layer type code Updates RFC variable window X Window System