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Overview

Communication is fast becoming a general requirement for embedded systems in our increasingly connected world. In fact, it's difficult to find embedded systems that include no form of external communication. Embedded systems are now transmitting electric meter readings over low-bandwidth wireless links to alleviate the need to read them visually. Global Positioning System (GPS) technology and wireless links with embedded systems are also used to pinpoint the exact location, speed, oil pressure, and other parameters of fleets of trucks anywhere in the country. Creation of these and other networked applications are the focus of this book. Using practical tutorials on TCP/IP application layer protocols such as HTTP, SMTP, POP3, SNMP, and SLP, developers learn how to develop and deploy these protocols in their embedded systems.
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Explains how to develop and deploy application layer protocols for adding connectivity to embedded devices. The author describes embedded implementations of an SMTP client and server, a POP3 client, an HTTP server, an SNMP agent, an NNTP client, and the service location protocol (SLP). The final chapter surveys relevant transport layer and network layer protocols, SOAP, and web services. The CD-ROM contains source code for the clients and servers. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Meet the Author

M. Tim Jones is an Embedded Software Engineer and has been developing embedded software since 1986. He has also published articles on embedded system development for Dr. Dobb?s Journal, Embedded Systems Programming, and Embedded Linux Journal. He resides in Longmont, CO.
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Table of Contents

Introduction to Internetworking
TCP/IP and Embedded Systems
Introduction to Application Layer Protocols
Embedded SMTP Client
Embedded SMTP Server
Embedded POP3 Client
Embedded HTTP Server
Embedded SNMP Agent
Embedded Command Line Interface
Embedded SLP (Service Location Protocol)
Developing an Application Layer Protocol
Remote Software Invocation
Converting to Embedded
Future Application Layer Protocols
Appendix A: Socket API Primer
Appendix B: Socket Options
Appendix C
Protocol References
Appendix D: TCP/IP Stacks
Appendix E: TCP/IP Headers
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