IPng and the TCP/IP Protocols: Implementing the Next Generation Internet / Edition 1by Stephen A. Thomas
Pub. Date: 02/02/1996
With the arrival of the new Internet protocols, TCP/IP and the Internet itself are undergoing some of the most drastic changes in their history. IPng and the TCP/IP Protocols gives computer and software engineers a complete description of the IPng or next generation Internet protocols, as well as the technical information key to its successful implementation. Detailed coverage begins with the latest network technologies, including Fast Ethernet, ISDN, and ATM LAN Emulation. The text continues with a thorough description of IPv6 and the new ICMP, as well as comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of transport, routing, configuration, and name service protocols. This book also contains the first detailed description of TCP/IP's real-time support, with chapters on RTP and RSVP. In addition, this invaluable reference previews future applications such as audio and video conferencing over the Internet, and it outlines the steps in a successful transition to IPng.
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Table of Contents
The Architecture of Networks.
Internet Protocol Version 6.
Using ICMP to Coordinate Systems.
Datagram Delivery via UDP.
Reliable Delivery with TCP.
Routing with OSPF.
RIP's Simpler Approach to Routing.
Routing Between Autonomous Systems Using IDRP.
RTP for Real Time Applications.
Reserving Resources for Real Time Traffic with RSVP.
Domain Name Service.
Configuring Hosts Through DHCP.
The Future of TCP/IP.
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