TCP/IP continues to be the most important networking protocol suite in the world--and the most successful. As the Internet continues to expand, the number of hosts using TCP/IP for networking is rapidly approaching the 100 million mark. With so many users, the need for computer and networking professionals to understand TCP/IP parallels the technology's growth. This new third edition follows the progression of TCP/IP, updating its continued relevancy, and reflecting the new developments in this core technology's evolution. TCP/IP Clearly Explained, Third Edition provides a clear and complete introduction to the most widely used TCP/IP Protocols, in plain language that makes complicated networking concepts accessible to readers without a background in computer science. It is a comprehensive guide to all-important topics related to TCP/IP and is for anyone interested in learning how the Internet works from a nuts and bolts perspective. * Includes all important topics related to TCP/IP and explains them in the context of actual applications that use the protocols described * Contains clear illustrations of protocol headers and network traffic flow * Presents increased coverage of the WWW and Web-related applications, protocols, and specifications such as HTTP, HTML, Java, and Active XThis new third edition follows the progression of TCP/IP, updating its continued relevancy, and reflecting the new developments in this core technologya#39;s evolution.
|Title||:||TCP/IP Clearly Explained|
|Publisher||:||Morgan Kaufmann Publishers - 1999|