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TCP/IP - The Ultimate Protocol Guide: Volume 1 - Data Delivery and Routing
by:Philip M. Miller
TCP/IP - The Ultimate Protocol Guide is written to cover all facets of the Internet Protocol suite. This two volume set makes no assumptions as to prior knowledge of the protocols, nor does it assume expertise in LAN access techniques. Instead, in Volume One (Data Delivery and Routing), the reader is guided through the mechanics of Local Area Networks...
TCP/IP - The Ultimate Protocol Guide is written to cover all facets of the Internet Protocol suite. This two volume set makes no assumptions as to prior knowledge of the protocols, nor does it assume expertise in LAN access techniques. Instead, in Volume One (Data Delivery and Routing), the reader is guided through the mechanics of Local Area Networks before embarking on discussions of IP Addressing, the Internet Protocol, and the other protocols that together ensure the reliable delivery of data. This volume also explains the error reporting and recovery mechanisms inherent within the protocol suite, the manner in which Quality of Service is implemented, and discusses the use of Broadcasts and other multiple station delivery mechanisms. Finally, Volume One describes the various routing protocols that allow our data to be delivered regardless of changes and failures that may occur within our networks. Volume Two (Applications, Access and Data Security) is available separately.
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