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Guide To TCP/ip (4TH 13 Edition)by Laura Chappell
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Guide to TCP/IP, Fourth Edition introduces readers to the concepts, terminology, protocols, and services that the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) suite uses to make the Internet work. This text stimulates hands-on skills development by not only describing TCP/IP capabilities, but also by encouraging users to interact with protocols. It provides the troubleshooting knowledge and tools that network administrators and analysts need to keep their systems running smoothly. Guide to TCP/IP, Fourth Edition covers topics ranging from traffic analysis and characterization, to error detection, security analysis and more. Both IPv4 and IPv6 are covered in detail.
About the Author
Jeffrey L. Carrell is a network systems and security instructor, and course developer to HP Networking. In addition, Jeff is a network consultant on IPv6 systems interoperability and presents IPv6 lectures and hands-on labs at various technical conferences. His involvement in the computer industry for 32 years has culminated in the concentration of his endeavors in the internetworking portion of the industry for over 25 of those years. His designs are in thousands of networks throughout the world. Jeff has enjoyed successful career advancements with several well-known network equipment manufacturers as a pre-sales consulting engineer and technical instructor. In an end-user position he has designed mission-critical/high-availability networks. Laura Chappell is the principal behind the Protocol Analysis Institute and regularly teaches commercial classes on network analysis and her security toolkit, for open enrollment as well as on-site for private clients all over the world. She is also a regular speaker and keynote at Novell Brainshare, the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), and at the Wireshark Sharkfest conferences. Ed Tittel worked as an instructor for Austin Community College from 1997 through 2003 and taught at Interop from 1996 to 2004. He is a Network Certified Professional, and works as a full-time freelance writer and consultant in Austin, TX. He has contributed to over 130 books on computing across a broad range of subjects, and is the author of numerous titles published by Course Technology. He also writes and blogs for numerous TechTarget.com and other Websites. served as Developmental Editor for Global Support Content Operations at Hewlett-Packard. He is currently the technical writer and marketing contributor for Kount.
Table of Contents
1. Introducing TCP/IP. 2. IP Addressing and Related Topics. 3. Basic IP Packet Structures: Header and Payloads. 4. Data Link and Network Layer Protocols in TCP/IP. 5. Internet Control Message Protocol. 6. Neighbor Discovery in IPv6. 7. IP Address Autoconfiguration. 8. Name Resolution on IP Networks. 9. TCP/IP Transport Layer Protocols. 10. Transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6; IPv4/IPv6 Interoperation. 11. Deploying IPv6. 12. Mobile IPv6. Appendix A Important RFCs. Appendix B Key IP Resources Online. Appendix C Command-line IP Utilities. Appendix D Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 (and R2) Registry Settings. Appendix E Contents of the Online Companion. Appendix F TCP/UDP Port Numbers. Glossary. Index.
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