TCP/IP and related protocols
This new edition clearly explains all facets of TCP/IP and the many protocols that operate within these two standards. It's written for anyone either using or managing data communications systems and networks. Updated coverage includes resource records (RR) for DNS, discovery services, messaging in the Internet, and more.
Naming Addressing and Routing in an Internet
taThe IP Address Structure
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