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Internet Protocols: Advances, Technologies and Applications / Edition 1
     

Internet Protocols: Advances, Technologies and Applications / Edition 1

by Subrata Goswami
 

ISBN-10: 140207476X

ISBN-13: 9781402074769

Pub. Date: 05/31/2003

Publisher: Springer US

IP technology has progressed from being a scientific topic to being one of the most popular technologies in networking. Concurrently, a number of new innovations and technological advances have been developed and brought to the marketplace. These new ideas, concepts, and products are likely to have a tremendous influence on businesses and on our everyday lives.

Overview

IP technology has progressed from being a scientific topic to being one of the most popular technologies in networking. Concurrently, a number of new innovations and technological advances have been developed and brought to the marketplace. These new ideas, concepts, and products are likely to have a tremendous influence on businesses and on our everyday lives. This book addresses many of these newer technological developments and provides insights for engineers and scientists developing new technological components, devices and products. Internet Protocols (IP) covers many of the newer internet technologies being developed and explores how they are being implemented in the real world. The author examines numerous implementation details related to IP equipment and software. The material is organized by applications so that readers can better understand the uses of IP technology. Included are details of implementation issues as well as several state-of-the-art equipment and software. Unique features include coverage of: + VPN's, IKE, Mobile IP, 802.11b, 802.1x, 3G, Bluetooth, Zero-Conf, SLP, AAA, iFCP, SCTP, GSM, GPRS, CDMA2000, IPv6, DNSv6, MPLS and more. + Actual implementation strategies for routers through descriptions of Cisco 12410 GSR and Juniper M160. + IP software stack details are also included for several popular operating systems such as Windows, BSD, VxWorks and Linux. Internet Protocols will be an invaluable reference work for software engineers, hardware engineers, systems engineers and other professionals working in networking and telecommunications.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402074769
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
05/31/2003
Edition description:
2003
Pages:
318
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Prefaceix
Introduction1
0.0Types of Network1
0.1Packet Switched Network2
0.2Circuit Switched Network4
0.3Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)5
References6
Chapter 1The Internet Protocol7
1.0Introduction7
1.1History of The Internet7
1.2Internet Protocol Version 410
1.3IP Datagram Format11
1.4IP Address And Classes16
1.5Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)18
1.6Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)19
1.7RFC's, Internet-Drafts, And Standards20
1.8ICANN23
1.9Registry for IP Addresses or Address Supporting Organizations (ASO)25
1.10Domain Names Supporting Organizations (DNSO)26
1.11Protocol Supporting Organizations (PSO)28
References28
Chapter 2IP Version 631
2.0Introduction31
2.1History of IPv631
2.2The IP Version 6 Protocol32
2.3IPv6 Addressing37
2.4Addressing Requirements of IPv6 Hosts And Routers40
2.5Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv641
2.6Neighbor Discovery42
2.7IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration45
2.8IPv4 To IPv6 Transition Mechanisms47
References53
Chapter 3Routing and IP55
3.0Introduction55
3.1Routing Information Protocol (RIP)55
3.2Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)57
3.3Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)62
3.4Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)69
3.5Routers75
3.6Modern Routers77
References87
Chapter 4IP Address Distribution Mechanisms89
4.0Introduction89
4.1History of IP Address Management89
4.2Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)90
4.3IP Node Initialization in a Link Layer Network95
4.4Discovering Neighbors96
4.5Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)98
4.6RADIUS and DIAMETER104
References116
Chapter 5The Domain Name System119
5.0Introduction119
5.1History of DNS119
5.2DNS Protocols and Databases123
5.3Dynamic Updates127
5.4Secure DNS130
5.5DNS Vulnerabilities132
5.6IPv6 and DNS133
5.76to4 and DNS134
5.8Uniform Resource Names135
References137
Chapter 6Security Issues139
6.0Introduction139
6.1Packet Sniffing, Address Spoofing139
6.2SNMP140
6.3Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT)141
6.4IPSec149
6.5L2TP158
6.6SSL and TLS159
6.7Denial of Service161
6.8Extensible Authentication Protocol162
References163
Chapter 7IP in the Enterprise165
7.0Introduction165
7.1Ethernet165
7.2Storage Networks172
7.3Virtual Private Networks188
7.4Service Location Protocol192
Reference196
Chapter 8IP in Telecommunications199
8.0Introduction199
8.1SS7 Network200
8.2Broadband Access Networks205
8.3Core Network222
References233
Chapter 9IP and Mobility235
9.0Introduction235
9.1Wireless Ethernet235
9.2Bluetooth245
9.3CDPD248
9.4CDMA (IS-95)251
9.5GPRS251
9.6Mobile IP257
9.7Third Generation Cellular System (3G)267
9.83GPP268
9.93GPP2271
References288
Chapter 10IP in Operating Systems291
10.0Introduction291
10.1The IP Stack in Operating Systems291
10.2Distributed Systems301
10.3Multi-processing Systems307
References309
Index311

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