TCP/IP for Everyone
This introductory text shows what TCP/IP is, how it works, and what it does. It covers each of the major protocols, and includes sections on configuration and security. Other features include: network naming and addressing; network topologies, implementation and routing issues; SLIP and PPP connections; ARP, ICMP, UDP, BOOTP, DHP, SNMP; Internet applications and their protocols, such as Telnet, FTP, e-mail, Usenet, gopher, the World Wide Web, NGS, SMTP, NNTP, AND HTTP; and using TCP/IP with Windows 95.
- Paperback | 350 pages
- 01 Jul 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- references, bibliography, glossary, index
Table of contents
Internetworking models aand conceptual tools; networking addresses, network names; internetwork architecture - bridges, routers gateways; network implementation issue; TCP/IP applications; the data link layer; the Internet protocol; routing protocols; user datagram protocol; transmission control protocol; TCP/IP host name resolution; remote computing - Telnet and r-Utilities; file transfer protocols - FTP and TFTP; network communications - electronic mail and news; netwrok data publishinh - gopher and the World Wide Web; resource sharing - network file system; configuring Windows 95 for TCP/IB.BOOTP and DHCP; TCP/IP internetwork management; TCP/IP and internetwork security. Appendices: Internet history and organizations; IP, the next generation.