The new edition of TCP/IP Protocol Suite incorporates the most recent developments in the TCP/IP field. It has over a hundred figures and examples related to the real world that help the reader in understanding the various technical concepts.
Summary Of The Book
The Internet protocol suite, commonly known as TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol), is the backbone of the Internet. It is made up of a networking model and a set of communications protocols. TCP/IP spells out the guidelines regarding the format of the data, its transmission, routing and finally its reception at the destination. The growth in TCP/IP and other networking technologies has made them an integral part of modern life and has given rise to a number of professions. As such, a comprehensive understanding of such technologies is very important for those wishing to make a career in this field.
TCP/IP Protocol Suite has added new chapters introducing the reader to the various TCP/IP layers such as Network, Transport and Application. All the chapters in the book have been reorganised as per these layers. Three chapters are exclusively dedicated to IPv6, the new generation Internet Protocol. Unicode has replaced the earlier ASCII Code throughout the book. It is divided into 30 chapters, each of them beginning with objectives and ending with a brief summary. It has the right balance of visuals and text that aids the reader in a better understanding of the topics being discussed.
The new edition of TCP/IP Protocol Suite that highlights the most important and recent changes in the field of TCP/IP and networking technologies is an essential read for students, professionals and anyone who wishes to make a career in this exciting and dynamic field. It is a handy reference guide for those with prior knowledge of the subject too.
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Behrouz A. Forouzan is a professor and writer. Two of his other books are Introduction to Data Communications and Networking, Cryptography And Network Securityand Data Communications And Networking.
Forouzan was born in 1944 and is a graduate from the University of California, Irvine. His interests include networking, databases, programming and computer science. He was associated with the course development for Computer Information Systems at De Anza College. Post his retirement he now lives in Los Angeles.
Part 1 Introduction and Underlying Technologies 1
Chapter 1 Introduction 2
Chapter 2 The OSI Model and the TCP/IP Protocol Suite 18
Chapter 3 Underlying Technologies 46
Part 2 Network Layer 93
Chapter 4 Introduction to Network Layer 94
Chapter 5 IPv4 Addresses 114
Chapter 6 Delivery and Forwarding of IP Packets 160
Chapter 7 Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) 186
Chapter 8 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) 220
Chapter 9 Internet Control Message Protocol Version 4 (ICMPv4) 244
Chapter 10 Mobile IP 268
Chapter 11 Unicast Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF, and BGP) 282
Chapter 12 Multicasting and Multicast Routing Protocols 334
Part 3 Transport Layer 373
Chapter 13 Introduction to the Transport Layer 374
Chapter 14 User Datagram Protocol (UDP) 414
Chapter 15 Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) 432
Chapter 16 Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) 502
Part 4 Application Layer 541
Chapter 17 Introduction to the Application Layer 542
Chapter 18 Host Configuration: DHCP 568
Chapter 19 Domain Name System (DNS) 582
Chapter 20 Remote Login: TELNET and SSH 610
Chapter 21 File Transfer: FTP and TFTP 630
Chapter 22 World Wide Web and HTTP 656
Chapter 23 Electronic Mail: SMTP, POP, IMAP, and MIME 680
Chapter 24 Network Management: SNMP 706
Chapter 25 Multimedia 728
Part 5 Next Generation 767
Chapter 26 IPv6 Addressing 768
Chapter 27 IPv6 Protocol 786
Chapter 28 ICMPv6 800
Part 6 Security 815
Chapter 29 Cryptography and Network Security 816
Chapter 30 Internet Security 858
Part 7 Appendices 891
Appendix A Unicode 892
Appendix B Positional Numbering Systems 896
Appendix C Error Detection Codes 904
Appendix D Checksum 914
Appendix E HTML, XHTML, XML, and XSL 920
Appendix F Client-Server Programming in Java 926
Appendix G Miscellaneous Information 932
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