By Charles M. Kozierok

The TCP/IP Guide is either an encyclopedic and understandable consultant to the TCP/IP protocol suite that might attract novices and the pro expert. It information the center protocols that make TCP/IP internetworks functionality, and an important classical TCP/IP functions. Its own, easy-going writing variety we could someone comprehend the handfuls of protocols and applied sciences that run the net, with complete assurance of PPP, ARP, IP, IPv6, IP NAT, IPSec, cellular IP, ICMP, RIP, BGP, TCP, UDP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP, FTP, SMTP, NNTP, HTTP, Telnet and masses extra. the writer deals not just an in depth view of the TCP/IP protocol suite, but additionally describes networking basics and the real OSI Reference Model.

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I have a problem: an addiction to… detail. ☺ Every time I set out to write about a particular protocol, technology or concept, I start with a modest goal regarding how much I want to write. I always begin knowing that I really need to control myself, to prevent my project from going on forever. But as I explore each subject, I learn more and more, and I start to say to myself things like…“this is important, I simply must include coverage for it” and… “if I am going to cover subject #1, I also should cover subject #2, because they are related”.

TCP/IP versus The Internet: The TCP/IP protocol suite and the Internet are very closely related in many ways, as you will discover as you read this Guide. In fact, they are often tied together so much that it is hard to discuss one without the other. However, the Internet as a whole is an enormous subject, and trying to describe it in general terms would have substantially increased the size of this Guide. Thus, I describe Internet issues only within the context of explanations of TCP/IP technologies.

Comprehensibility: Creating a resource that is comprehensive is important, but I felt that it was even more important that the Guide be comprehensible. Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity to review many hundreds of books, guides, Web sites and papers related to networking. I have found that even though most of them are generally high in quality, too many use unexplained technical jargon or assume extensive prior knowledge of networking concepts and technologies on the part of the reader.

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