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by Philip M. Miller

Free eBook TCP/IP - The Ultimate Protocol Guide: Volume 2 - Applications, Access and Data Security download ISBN: 1599424932
Author: Philip M. Miller
Publisher: Brown Walker Press (March 15, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 512
Category: Technologies and Future
Subcategory: Networking and Cloud Computing
Size MP3: 1783 mb
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TCP/IP - The Ultimate Pr. .has been added to your Cart. The book itself, although listed as two volumes, is in fact single and hefty tomb.

TCP/IP - The Ultimate Pr. If you are looking for the definitive resource for all things TCP/IP this is certainly a strong contender. You will need copious bookmarks for future reference. Compared to taking a course on the subject, this book is a definite bargain. The "bones" of the book remain current, . the actual protocols and definitions of same have not changed. much in the last 15 years, what one must consider, is the massive shift to Internet security as applied to the exploitation of said protocols.

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Miller, Philip, 1956-TCP/IP : the ultimate protocol guide, Philip Miller. Without him, this book would never have been completed. Volume 1 – Data Delivery & Routing. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN-13: 978-1-59942-491-0 (vol. 1 : alk. paper) ISBN-10: 1-59942-491-6 (vol. paper) ISBN-13: 978-1-59942-493-4 (vol. 2 : alk. paper) ISBN-10: 1-59942-493-2 (vol. paper) 1. TCP/IP (Computer network protocol) I. Title. Section A – Introduction.

Philip Miller is a Transition Principal working for Nokia Siemens Networks in the United Kingdom

The book provides a complete guide to the protocols that comprise the Internet Protocol Suite, more commonly referred to as TCP/IP. Philip Miller is a Transition Principal working for Nokia Siemens Networks in the United Kingdom. He has been specializing in networking, and the Internet Protocols specifically, for more than 15 years and has held posts with several major networking vendors.

The book provides a complete guide to the protocols that comprise the Internet Protocol Suite, more commonly referred to as TCP/IP. 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.

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Instead, in Volume One (Data Delivery and Routing), the reader is guided through the mechanics of Local Area Networks before embarking on discussions of IP Addressing, the Internet Protocol, and the other protocols that together ensure the reliable delivery of data.

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TCP/IP - The Ultimate Protocol Guide is written to cover all facets of the Internet Protocol suite. This two volume set makes no assumptions as to prior knowledge of the protocols, nor does it assume expertise in LAN access techniques. Volume Two (Applications, Access and Data Security) concentrates on the Application protocols that are in everyday use from Web Operations through to email, and from host configuration and access through to file transfer. In addition, we also examine the way that networks can be managed, the manner in which we can access our networks remotely and possibly one of the most important subjects today - security of our data whilst in transit. Volume One (Data Delivery and Routing) is available separately.
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If you are looking for the definitive resource for all things TCP/IP this is certainly a strong contender. The book itself, although listed as two volumes, is in fact single and hefty tomb. You will need copious bookmarks for future reference. Compared to taking a course on the subject, this book is a definite bargain. The "bones" of the book remain current, i.e. the actual protocols and definitions of same have not changed.much in the last 15 years, what one must consider, is the massive shift to Internet security as applied to the exploitation of said protocols. This being said, the book is one heck of a bang for the buck.
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