An Introduction to TCP/IP / Edition 1

An Introduction to TCP/IP / Edition 1

by John Davidson, J. Davidson
     
 

This unique and valuable source of information describes the prool suite according to the International Organization for StandardsISO) seven-level (OSI) reference model. Written by Dr. John Davidson at Ungermann/Bass, the worlds largest manufacturer of local area networks, this book will appeal to everybody interested or involved in local or wide-area computer

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This unique and valuable source of information describes the prool suite according to the International Organization for StandardsISO) seven-level (OSI) reference model. Written by Dr. John Davidson at Ungermann/Bass, the worlds largest manufacturer of local area networks, this book will appeal to everybody interested or involved in local or wide-area computer networking projects.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780387966519
Publisher:
Springer New York
Publication date:
12/11/1987
Edition description:
1st ed. 1988. 3rd printing 1989
Pages:
100
Product dimensions:
0.24(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)

Table of Contents

Origins of the TCP/IP Prool Suite.- The TCP Community.- The OSI Reference Model.- Overview of the TCP/IP Prool Suite.- A Sample Internetwork.- Level Two — The Data Link Layer.- Services and Standards at the Data Link Layer.- Ethernet.- Level Three — the Network Layer.- Internet Prool (IP).- IP Overview.- IP Header.- Fragmentation and Reassembly.- Setting Parameters.- Error Reporting Service.- Matching IP Addresses to Network Configurations.- Services IP Requires from Lower Layers.- Internetwork Control Message Prool (ICMP).- Address Resolution Prool (ARP).- Internet Address Resolution.- Proxy ARP.- Reverse Address Resolution Prool (RARP).- IP on IEEE 802 Networks.- Level Four — The Transport Layer.- Services identified for the Transport Layer.- Transmission Control Prool (TCP).- TCP Overview.- TCP Header Format.- Connection Management.- Acknowledgement.- Row Control.- Multiplexing.- Synchronization.- Rendezvous.- The Push Flag.- User Datagram Prool (UDP).- Port Numbers.- Levels Five through Seven — Session through Application Layers.- Services Identified with the Session, Presentation and Application Levels.- File Transfer Prool (FTP).- FTP Control Connections.- FTP Data Connections.- Telnet.- Network Virtual Terminal (NVT).- Principle of Negotiated Options.- NetBios.- Domain Name Service (DNS).- Simple Mail Transport Prool (SMTP).- Appendix One — Glossary of Terms.- Appendix Two — Assigned Number.- Ethernet Type Numbers of Interest.- Assigned Prool Numbers Within the IP Header.- Assigned Port Numbers in TCP and UDP Headers.- Assigned Telnet Options.- Appendix Three — References.

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