A Guide to the TCP/IP Protocol Suite
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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Physical and Link Layer Interfaces
Internet Layer Protocols
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architecture ASCII assigned binary Bit order BOOTP called CCITT channel checksum command configuration Control Protocol D-Channel defined described destination domain name Elective encryption equal to zero error Ethernet example format frame function gateway header host ICMP IEEE IETF illustrated in Figure interface Internet Protocol IP address IP datagram IPv6 ISDN ITU-T L2TP LAPB layer protocol length field link layer multicast name server octet Octet order operation option order of transmission OSPF packet port number protocol number provides RADIUS received remote request response router routing segment sends sent sequence number signaling SMTP SMTP client SMTP server SNMP specification standard subnet mask switching synchronous Table TCP/IP TCP/IP protocol suite TELNET terminal TFTP timestamp tion token ring transmitted transport layer type code upper layer workstation