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In a world where the number of people who need to learn about data communications and networking is exploding, Forouzan's book is the answer. The book's visual approach makes it easy for students to learn about and understand the concepts involved in this rapidly developing field.
TCP/IP Protocol Suite teaches students and professionals, with no prior knowledge of TCP/IP everything they need to know about the subject. This comprehensive book uses hundreds of figures to make technical concepts easy to grasp as well as many examples which help tie the material to the real-world.
The fourth edition of TCP/IP Protocol Suite has been fully updated to include all of the recent technology changes in the field. Additionally, out-of-date material has been overhauled to reflect recent changes in technology.
Table of contents
Part 1 Introduction and Underlying Technologies1 Introduction2 The OSI Model and the TCP/IP Protocol Suite3 Underlying TechnologiesPart 2 Network Layer4 Introduction to Network Layer5 IPv4 Addresses6 Delivery and Forwarding, of IP Packets7 Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)8 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)9 Internet Control Message Protocol Version 4 (ICMPv4)10 Mobile IP11 Unicast Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF, and BGP)12 Multicasting and Multicast Routing ProtocolsPart 3 Transport Layer13 Introduction to the Transport Layer14 User Datagram Protocol (UDP)15 Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)16 Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)Part 4 Application Layer17 Introduction to the Application Layer18 Host Configuration: DHCP19 Domain Name System (DNS)20 Remote Login: TELNET and SSH21 File Transfer: FTP and TFTP22 World Wide Web and HTTP23 Electronic Mail: SMTP, POP, IMAP, and MIME24 Network Management: SNMP25 MultimediaPart 5 Next Generation26 IPv6 Addressing27 IPv6 Protocol28 ICMPv6Part 6 Security29 Cryptography and Network Security30 Internet SecurityPart 7 AppendicesAppendix A UnicodeAppendix B Positional Numbering SystemsAppendix C Error Detection CodesAppendix D ChecksumAppendix E HTML, XHTML, XML,and XSL Appendix F Client-Server Programming in JavaAppendix G Miscellaneous Information