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TCP/IP

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ISBN-10: 0672320851

ISBN-13: 9780672320859

Edition: 2nd 2001

Authors: Joe Casad

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TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol) is a collection of protocols that support network communications. It is the global standard protocol suite for the continually growing Internet because of its reliability and versatility. Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Second Edition provides readers with everything they need to know to become conversant and proficient with TCP/IP. It includes many examples and "real world" analogies to assist in conveying this relatively difficult subject.
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Book details

List price: $24.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 3/22/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 7.40" wide x 8.98" long x 0.94" tall
Weight: 1.584

Introduction
TCP/IP BASICS
What Is TCP/IP?
Networks and Protocols
The Development of TCP/IP
TCP/IP Features
Standards Organizations and RFCs
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
How TCP/IP Works
The TCP/IP Protocol System
TCP/IP and the OSI Model
Data Packages
A Quick Look at TCP/IP Networking
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
The TCP/IP Protocol System
The Network Access Layer
Protocols and Hardware
The Network Access Layer and the OSI Model
Network Architecture
Physical Addressing
Anatomy of a Frame
LAN Technologies
Other Network-Access Technologies
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
The Internet Layer
Addressing and Delivering
Internet Protocol (IP)
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
RARP
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
Summary
Q&A
Workshop
Key Terms
Subnetting
Subnets in TCP/IP
Converting a Subnet Mask to Dotted Decimal Notation
Working with Subnets
Classless Internet Domain Routing
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
The Transport Layer
Introducing the Transport Layer
Transport Layer Concepts
Understanding TCP and UDP
A Note About Firewalls
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
The Application Layer
What Is the Application Layer?
The TCP/IP Application Layer and OSI
Network Services
APIs and the Application Layer
Operating Environments and the Application Layer
TCP/IP Utilities
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
Dial-Up TCP/IP
A Look at Modems
Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP)
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
Networking With TCP/IP
Network Hardware
Divided Networks
Routing in TCP/IP
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
Routing
Introduction to Routing in TCP/IP
Recapping Routers
Routing on Complex Networks
Examining Interior Routers
Classless Routing
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
Name Resolution
What Is Name Resolution?
Name Resolution Using Hosts Files
DNS Name Resolution
Registering a Domain
Managing DNS
Dynamic DNS
NetBIOS Name Resolution
Methods for NetBIOS Name Resolution
Testing NetBIOS Name Resolution
Other Name Resolution Services
Summary
Q&A
Workshop
Key Terms
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
The Case for Server-Supplied IP Addresses
What Is DHCP?
How DHCP Works
Configuring DHCP
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
TCP/IP Utilities
Connectivity Utilities
Connectivity Problems
Protocol Dysfunction and Misconfiguration
Line Problems
Name Resolution Problems
Network Performance Problems
Traceroute
Using Connectivity Utilities to Troubleshoot Problems
Summary
Q&A
Workshop
Key Terms
File Transfer and Access Utilities
File Transfer Protocol
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
Remote Copy
Integrating Network File Access
Summary
Q&A
Workshop
Key Terms
Remote Access Utilities
Telnet
Berkeley Remote Utilities
New Directions in Remote Access
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
TCP/IP and the Internet
The Internet: A Closer Look
How the Internet Looks
What Happens on the Internet
Summary
Q&A
Key Terms
HTTP, HTML, and the World Wide Web
What Is the World Wide Web?
A Closer Look at URLs
Understanding HTML
Understanding HTTP
Advanced HTML Techniques
XML
The New Web
Summary
Q&A
Workshop
Key Terms
Email
What Is Email?
How Email Looks
How Email Works
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SM