TCP/IP Networking: Architecture, Administration, and Programming, 1st edition
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The TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) protocol suite forms the basis for the most widely used networking technologies in the world. This book describes the protocols that make up the TCP/IP protocol suite. KEY TOPICS: Explores TCP/IP architecture; Application Layer protocols and services; Transport Layer protocols; Internet Layer protocols; Internet administration; and client-server programming. MARKET: For users of a TCP/IP internet; technicians responsible for installing TCP/IP hardware and software products; technical staff members responsible for maintaining and administering a TCP/IP internet; and systems analysts, designers, and programmers who will be designing and implementing client-server applications that use TCP/IP internets for communication.
Table of contents
II. APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOLS AND SERVICES.
III. TRANSPORT LAYER PROTOCOLS.
IV. INTERNET LAYER PROTOCOLS.
V. INTERNET ADMINISTRATION.
VI. CLIENT-SERVER PROGRAMMING.
Published by Pearson (March 30th 1994) - Copyright © 1994