A Guide to the TCP/IP Protocol Suite

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Artech House, Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 494 pages
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This guide to all the major protocols of a TCP/IP-based network includes an introduction to binary and hexadecimal arithmetic and coverage of L2TP, LAN analysis screens and engineering-level detail on IPv6 routing. The second edition also features: an enhanced description of IP, including IPv6, plus examples of dynamic routing such as RIPv2, OSPF, BGP, NAT and CIDR; enhanced descriptions of ARP, RARP and BOOTP, with added descriptions of IARP, DHCP and RADIUS; a revised description of FTP; and an added description of HTTP.

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Internet Overview
Physical and Link Layer Interfaces
Internet Layer Protocols

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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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