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Hands-On Networking with Internet Technologies / Edition 2
     

Hands-On Networking with Internet Technologies / Edition 2

by Douglas E Comer
 

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ISBN-10: 0131486969

ISBN-13: 9780131486966

Pub. Date: 05/12/2004

Publisher: Pearson

Acclaimed author Douglas E. Comer's book, Hands-On Networking with Internet Technologies, upholds the assertion that the best way to learn is by doing. Through laboratory experimentation, students and professionals gain a better understanding of how computer networks and Internet technologies operate in practice.

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Acclaimed author Douglas E. Comer's book, Hands-On Networking with Internet Technologies, upholds the assertion that the best way to learn is by doing. Through laboratory experimentation, students and professionals gain a better understanding of how computer networks and Internet technologies operate in practice.

Organized into sections that focus on the hardware and software platforms of different lab facilities, this book systematically constructs and augments a practical knowledge of networking. From single computer applications to advanced network systems engineering, a broad spectrum of hands-on experiments addresses a variety of difficulty levels, and guides the user to a deeper comprehension of the functionality and subtleties of networking in action.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131486966
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
05/12/2004
Series:
Alternative eText Formats Series
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction and Overview.

I. A SINGLE COMPUTER.

2. Hardware and Software on a Single Computer.
3. Using a Single Computer for Probing and Testing.

II. NETWORK PROGRAMMING ON A SET OF SHARED WORKSTATIONS.

4. Hardware and Software for a Shared Workstation Lab.
5. Network Programming Experiments Using a Simplified API.
6. Network Programming Experiments Using the Socket API.
7. Concurrent Network Programming Experiments.
8. Protocol Design Experiments.
9. Experiments with Protocols from the TCP/IP Suite.

III. MEASUREMENT AND PACKET ANALYSIS ON AUGMENTED WORKSTATIONS.

10. Hardware and Software for an Augmented Shared Lab.
11. Network Measurement Experiments.
12. Packet Capture and Analysis Experiments.
13. Protocol Observation Experiments.

IV. CONFIGURATION EXPERIMENTS IN A DEDICATED INTRANET LAB.

14. Hardware and Software for a Dedicated Intranet Lab.
15. Internet Address Configuration Experiments.
16. Web Technology Configuration Experiments.
17. IP Routing and IP Forwarding Experiments.
18. Virtual and Protected Internet Environment Experiments.

V. PROTOCOL STACK IMPLEMENTATION IN A SPECIAL-PURPOSE LAB.

19.Hardware and Software for a Special-Purpose Protocol Development Lab.
20. Protocol Stack Development Experiments.

VI. COMPONENT DESIGN IN A NETWORK SYSTEM ENGINEERING LAB.

21. Hardware and Software for a Network System Engineering Lab.
22. Network Systems Engineering Experiments.
Index.
List of Experiments.

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