TCP/IP Networking: Architecture, Administration, and Programming, 1st edition

  • James Martin
  • Joseph Leben

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Overview

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

I. ARCHITECTURE.

 1. Internetworking with TCP/IP.

 2. The Worldwide Internet.

 3. TCP/IP Architecture.

 4. TCP/IP Addressing.

II. APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOLS AND SERVICES.

 5. Application Services.

 6. Network File System.

 7. Domain Name System.

III. TRANSPORT LAYER PROTOCOLS.

 8. User Datagram Protocol.

 9. Transmission Control Protocol.

IV. INTERNET LAYER PROTOCOLS.

10. Internet Protocol.

11. ARP and RARP Address Resolution.

12. Internet Control Message Protocol.

13. Routing Protocols.

V. INTERNET ADMINISTRATION.

14. Network Management.

15. Installation and Administration.

16. Troubleshooting.

VI. CLIENT-SERVER PROGRAMMING.

17. Client-Server Computing.

18. TCP/IP Programming Fundamentals.

19. Socket Programming.

20. Remote Procedure Call Programming.

APPENDICES.

A. Physical Network Technologies.

B. OSF Distributed Computing Environment.

C. Requests for Comments.

Index.

Published by Pearson (March 30th 1994) - Copyright © 1994