This is the complete 2 volume set, containing both volumes one (ISBN: 9781599424910) and two (ISBN: 9781599425436) packaged together. The book provides a complete guide to the protocols that comprise the Internet Protocol Suite, more commonly referred to as TCP/IP. The work assumes no prior knowledge of TCP/IP and only a rudimentary understanding of LAN/WAN access methods. The book is split into a number of sections; the manner in which data is transported between systems, routing principles and protocols, applications and services, security, and Wide Area communications. Each section builds on the last in a tutorial manner and describes the protocols in detail so serving as a reference for students and networking professionals of all levels. Volume I - Data Delivery a Routing Section A: Introduction Section B: The Internet Protocol Section C: Reliable and Unreliable Data Delivery Section D: Quality of Service Section E: Routing Section F: Multicasting in IP Environments Section G: Appendices Volume 2 - Applications, Access a Data Security Section H: An Introduction to Applications a Security in the TCP/IP Suite Section I: IP Application Services Section J: Securing the Communications Channel Section K: Wide Area Communications Section L: AppendicesModel. In this section, we examine the Layered Architecture used in the TCP/IP protocol suite and then compare this with ... Figure 2-2 shows the OSI Reference Model, and then each of the seven layers is introduced and briefly described.
|Author||:||Philip M. Miller|
|Publisher||:||Universal-Publishers - 2010-07|