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Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol.1: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture (4th Edition)

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The all-time best-selling TCP/IP book, this is still the reference for anyone who wants to learn about or work with the TCP/IP protocol suite. Justly renowned for its clarity and accessibility,this superb text covers wide area Internet backbones as well as local area network technologies like FDDI and Ethernet. This is volume 1 of a 3 part set including Internetworking With TCP/IP (Vol. 2): Design, Implementation, and Internals and Internetworking With TCP/IP (Vol. 3): Client-Server Programming and Applications/BSD Socket Version

Jon Postel, RFC Editor and former Deputy Internet Architect
THEclassic text for an introduction to TCP/IP.

Explains how voice and video are sent over IP internets and how IP Telephony operates, describes IP security and the security standard, IPsec, reviews the discussion of IPv6 to incorporate the latest changes, and explains Random Early Discard (RED), recommended for routers. DLC: Principles, protocols, and architectures.

TCP/IP has accommodated change well. The basic technology has survived nearly two decades of exponential growth and the associated increases in traffic. The protocols have worked over new high-speed network technologies, and the design has handled applications that could not be imagined in the original design. Of course, the entire protocol suite has not remained static. New protocols have been deployed, and new techniques have been developed to adapt existing protocols to new network technologies.

This edition contains updated information throughout the text as well as new material that describes technical advances and changes. For example, because classless addressing has become widely deployed, the description of IP forwarding examines techniques for classless lookup. In addition, the chapters on IP describe the Differentiated Services (DiffServe) scheme for classes of service as well as path MTU discovery and anonymous networks. The chapter on TCP describes Random Early Drop (RED). The chapter on exterior routing has been updated to use BGP as the primary example. The descriptions of protocols such as RIP, IGMP, SNMP, and IPv6 have been revised to incorporate new versions and recent changes. Finally, the chapter on security discusses IPsec.

After reading this book, you will understand how it is possible to interconnect multiple physical networks into a coordinated system, how internet protocols operate in that environment, and how application programs use the resulting system. As a specific example, you will learn the details of the global TCP/IP Internet, including the architecture of its muter system and the application protocols it supports. In addition, you will understand some of the limitations of the internet approach.

About the Author
DOUGLAS E. COMER is a Professor of Computer Science at Purdue University and a Fellow of the ACM. He is the author of many best-selling book: the three-volume series, Internetworking with TCP-IP, Computer Networks and Internets, second Edition, and The Internet Book. Comer served as Chairman of the DARPA Distributed Systems Architecture Board and the CSNET Technical Committees, and is a former member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB).
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