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Author Dostálek, Libor.
Title Understanding TCP/IP : a clear and comprehensive guide to TCP/IP protocols / Libor Dostalek, Alena Kabelova ; technical editors, Abhishek Shirodkar, Darshan Parekh.
Imprint Birmingham, U.K. : Packt Pub., 2006.

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Author Dostálek, Libor.
Series From technologies to solutions.
From technologies to solutions. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2008038412
Subject TCP/IP (Computer network protocol)
Computer networks.
Alt Name Kabelova, Alena,
Shirodkar, Abhishek,
Parekh, Darshan,
Description 1 online resource (x, 462 pages) : illustrations.
Note Translation of: Velky pruvodce protokoly TCP/IP a systemem DNS. Computer Press, c2003.
"The original book was split into two volumes: Understanding TCP/IP (ISBN: 1-904811-71-X) and DNS in Action (ISBN: 1-904811-78-7). The book has been rewritten and the content list is not the same as the original book."
Title from title screen.
Includes index.
Summary Annotation The TCP/IP protocol stack is the foundation of the internet and, more generally, network communication. Operating at various physical and logical layers, these protocols are the language that allow computers to communicate with each other. While most IT professionals don_t work at the protocol level regularly, there are times when a clear understanding of what_s going at the network level can be invaluable. This is the book to give that grounding and to act as a definitive reference when needed.
Contents Cover; Table of Contents; Preface; What This Book Covers; What You Need for This Book; Conventions; Reader Feedback; Customer Support; Errata; Questions; Chapter 1: Introduction to Network Protocols; 1.1 ISO OSI; 1.1.1 Physical Layer; 1.1.2 Data Link Layer; 1.1.3 Network Layer; 1.1.4 Transport Layer; 1.1.5 Session Layer; 1.1.6 Presentation Layer; 1.1.7 Application Layer; 1.2 TCP/IP; 1.2.1 Internet Protocol; 1.2.2 TCP and UDP; 1.2.3 Application Protocols; 1.3 Methods of Information Transmission; 1.3.1 Synchronous Transmission; 1.3.2 Packet Transmission; 1.3.3 Asynchronous Transmission
1.4 Virtual CircuitChapter 2: Network Monitoring Tools; 2.1 Packet Drivers; 2.2 MS Network Monitor; 2.2.1 Frame Capturing; 2.2.2 Viewing Captured Frames; 2.2.3 Filters for Displaying Captured Frames; 2.3 Ethereal; 2.4 Homework; Chapter 3: Physical Layer; 3.1 Serial Line; 3.1.1 Serial and Parallel Data Transport; 3.1.2 Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Signals; 3.1.3 Synchronous and Asynchronous Transport; 3.1.4 V.24, V.35, and X.21 Protocols; 3.1.5 Null Modem; 3.2 Modems; 3.2.1 Dial-Up Connection; 3.2.2 Leased Lines; 3.2.3 Automatic Modem; 3.2.3.1 AT Commands; 3.2.4 Synchronous Transmission
3.2.5 Baseband, Voice Band, and ADSL3.2.6 Transmission Rate; 3.2.6.1 The V.90 Recommendation; 3.2.7 Data Compression; 3.2.8 Error Detection; 3.3 Digital Circuits; 3.3.1 ISDN; 3.3.1.1 Basic Rate; 3.3.1.2 Higher Layer Protocols and Signalization; 3.3.2 E and T Lines; 3.4 LAN; 3.4.1 Structured Cables; 3.4.1.1 Copper Distribution; 3.4.1.2 Optical Fibers; 3.4.2 Ethernet (10 Mbps); 3.4.2.1 AUI; 3.4.2.2 BNC; 3.4.2.3 Twisted-Pair; 3.4.3 Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps); 3.4.4 Gigabyte Ethernet (1 Gbps); Chapter 4: Link Layer; 4.1 Serial Line Internet Protocol; 4.2 Compressed SLIP
4.3 High-Level Data Link Control Protocol4.3.1 Flag; 4.3.2 Address Field; 4.3.3 Control Field; 4.3.3.1 I-Frame; 4.3.3.2 S-Frame; 4.3.3.3 U-Frame; 4.3.4 Data Field and a Transferred Protocol Type; 4.3.5 Checksum; 4.3.6 HDLC Protocol Summary; 4.4 Point-To-Point Protocol; 4.4.1 Dialing a Phone Line; 4.4.2 Link Control Protocol; 4.4.3 Authentication; 4.4.3.1 Password Authentication Protocol; 4.4.3.2 Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocols; 4.4.3.3 Extensible Authentication Protocol; 4.4.3.4 Radius Protocol; 4.4.4 Call-Back Control Protocol; 4.4.5 Other Protocols; 4.4.5.1 Multilink Protocol
4.4.5.2 Bandwidth Allocation Protocol and Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol4.4.5.3 Compression Control Protocol; 4.4.5.4 Encryption Control Protocol; 4.4.5.5 Setting Encryption Keys; 4.4.6 Internet Protocol Control Protocol; 4.5 Frame Relay; 4.5.1 A Frame Relay Protocol Frame; 4.5.2 IP Through Frame Relay; 4.5.3 Local Management Interface; 4.5.4 Frame Relay Configuration on CISCO Routers; 4.5.5 Frame Relay Protocol; 4.6 Local Area Networks; 4.6.1 Ethernet; 4.7 Wireless Local Area Network; 4.7.1 Typical WLAN Configuration; 4.7.1.1 Peer-To-Peer Networks; 4.7.1.2 Access Point
ISBN 9781847190567 (electronic bk.)
1847190561 (electronic bk.)
9781904811718
190481171X
OCLC # 263352742
Additional Format Print version: Dostalek, Libor, 1957- Understanding TCP/IP. Birmingham, England : Packt Pub., 2006 190481171X 9781904811718 (OCoLC)77562821.


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