TCP/IP Addressing : Designing and Optimizing Your IP Addressing Scheme
Buck Graham's authoritative work-still the only book devoted entirely to TCP/IP addressing-will now be available in a second edition, revised and updated to reflect the latest changes in networking technology. This book will cover all the fundamentals presented in the first edition, including the ABCs of routing and addressing, optimization, and special routing techniques for Internet-connected networks, as well as the new advances affecting TCP/IP addressing, including the rise of ATM, the emergence of address management tools, and changes to relevant protocols.
- Paperback | 455 pages
- 190.8 x 237.2 x 32mm | 1,040.07g
- 09 Oct 2000
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Ap Professional
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
Preface Section 1 Addressing Prerequisite Topics Chapter 1 TCP/IP Overview Chapter 2 IP Address Fundamentals Chapter 3 Network Devices Chapter 4 Routing Chapter 5 Common Typology Addressing Section 2 Address-Needs Assessment Chapter 6 Addressing for Internet Connections Chapter 7 Addressing to Achieve Route Table Efficiency Chapter 8 Addressing for High Utilization for Address Space Chapter 9 Managing IP Addresses Chapter 10 Addressing for Growth and Change Section 3 Advanced Addressing Issues Chapter 11 IP Multicast Chapter 12 Mobile IP Chapter 13 IP Version 6 Appendix A IP Network Number Request Template for ISPs Appendix B IP Network Number Request Template for End-Users References
About Buck Graham
Buck Graham is employed by Ericsson as a senior network consultant in the Data Backbone and Optical Networks business unit. He holds a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado and an undergraduate degree from the United States Naval Academy. Buck has been instrumental in the design of many TCP/IP networks including those at Wal-Mart and Western Auto. Buck lives with his wife and children in Danville, Kentucky.