Internetworking with TCP/IP: Client-server programming and applications
The first two volumes of Internetworking With TCP/IP are bestsellers. This third volume of the series focuses on client-server paradigm, examines algorithms for both the client and server components of a distributed program, shows an implementation that illustrates each design, discusses techniques like application-level gateways and tunneling, and reviews several standard protocols. A valuable resource to networking professionals working concurrent processing, complex distributed program, concurrency management techniques and interconnection techniques.
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Introduction And Overview
The Client Server Model And Software Design
Concurrent Processing In ClientServer Software
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Algorithm allows application gateway application program application protocol argument buffer calls procedure chapter char character client and server client software client-server command communication concurrent server connection request connection-oriented connection-oriented server contains create data structures datagram define ECHO endpoint address errno error example execute external data representation Figure file descriptors file system finite state machine function handle host implementation include stdio.h input integer interface IP address master server mount protocol multiple multiservice server operating system option output path name pointer port mapper preallocation protocol port number remote file remote machine remote procedure call remote program RPC program rpcgen server process single-process slave process socket descriptor specify standard struct stub subnegotiation Sun RPC sys_errlist[errno syslog system calls TCP connection TCP/IP TELNET terminal UNIX file system user's void write