Linux Network Architecture / Edition 1by Klaus Wehrle, Frank Pahlke, Hartmut Ritter, Daniel Muller, Marc Bechler
Pub. Date: 05/17/2004
This unique Linux networking tutorial/reference by experts provides readers with a practical overview and understanding of the implementation of networking protocols in the Linux kernel. The book shows how networking behavior and protocols can be implemented within the Linux operating system. The book provides an introduction to the Linux kernel, mainly focusing on
This unique Linux networking tutorial/reference by experts provides readers with a practical overview and understanding of the implementation of networking protocols in the Linux kernel. The book shows how networking behavior and protocols can be implemented within the Linux operating system. The book provides an introduction to the Linux kernel, mainly focusing on the upcoming kernel version 2.4 but also valid for version 2.2 kernels. The organization of the book follows the TCP/IP layering model, beginning with the kernel's network device drivers, continuing with link-layer protocols such as PPP, and finally giving a description of all core protocols of the TCP/IP protocol family. Additional supplementary protocols such as RSVP, IP Security, and Mobile IP are also covered.
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Table of Contents
I. THE LINUX KERNEL.
II. ARCHITECTURE OF NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION.
2. Layered Architectures, Services and Protocols.
3. Overview of the Linux Network Implementation.
4. Managing Packet Buffers.
5. Network Devices.
III. LAYER I & II—MEDIUM ACCESS AND LOGICAL LINK LAYER.
7. The Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP).
8. The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP).
9. PPP Over Ethernet.
10. ATM on Linux.
11. Transparent Bridges.
IV. LAYER III—NETWORK LAYER.
13. The Internet Protocol.
14. IP Routing.
15. The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP).
16. Group Communication with IP Multicast.
17. IP Security with FreeS/WAN.
18. Quality of Service Using the Traffic Control Tools.
19. Packet Filters and Firewalls.
20. Connection Tracking.
21. Network Address Translation (NAT).
22. Quality of Service with KIDS.
23. IPv6: The Internet Protocol Version 6.
V. LAYER IV—TRANSPORT LAYER.
25. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
26. User Datagram Protocol (UDP).
VI. LAYER V—APPLICATION LAYER.
27. Network Programming with Sockets.
28. Mobile IP.
29. RSVP Example of an Object-Oriented Protocol.
A. The LXR Source Code Browser.
B. Debugging in the Linux Kernel.
C. Important Network Administration Tools.
D. Example Network Driver.
E. Example Kernel Module.
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