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The TCP/IP Bible provides comprehensive coverage of everything you need to know about the latest in protocols, including:
* TCP/IP communication fundamentals
* TCP/IP and the OSI model, network topologies
* TCP/IP architecture
* configuration on different platforms
* common TCP/IP applications
* designing and building TCP/IP networks
* TCP/IP use for Internet access including firewall
* PKI and VPN coverage
* TCP/IP usage for printing
* remote access and file sharing
* video and advanced data access
* e-mail, security considerations and other network uses
* detailed troubleshooting information.
The TCP/IP Bible was written from the hands-on experience from network experts, Rob Scrimger and Paul LaSalle, who provide you with practical examples, tips, and hints.
PART I: Understanding TCP/IP Communications.
Chapter 1: Understanding Network Fundamentals.
Chapter 2: Architecture of the TCP/IP Protocol.
Chapter 3: Physical Layer.
Chapter 4: Network Interface Layer.
Chapter 5: Internet Layer.
Chapter 6: Transport Layer.
Chapter 7: Application Layer.
PART II: Working with TCP/IP.
Chapter 8: Installing and Configuring TCP/IP.
Chapter 9: Automatic Configuration.
Chapter 10: Finding Hosts on an IP Network.
PART III: Common TCP/IP Applications.
Chapter 11: Providing Internet Access.
Chapter 12: File Utilities.
Chapter 13: Remote Command Utilities.
Chapter 14: Printing over the Network.
Chapter 15: World Wide Web Applications and Protocols.
Chapter 16: Getting News and Mail.
Chapter 17: Enterprise Information Services.
PART IV: Building and Maintaining TCP/IP Networks.
Chapter 18: Choosing Your Addressing Scheme.
Chapter 19: Designing Routing for Your Network.
Chapter 20: Planning Server Placement.
Chapter 21: Understanding Communications.
Chapter 22: Planning for Network Security.
Chapter 23: Troubleshooting Network and Connectivity Problems.
Chapter 24: Monitoring TCP/IP Networks.
Chapter 25: Planning for the Future.
Appendix: DNS Top-Level Domains.