Internetworking With TCP IP, Vol 2 Design, Implementation, And Internals (4th Edition).pdf
Internetworking With TCP/IP, Vol 2 Design, Implementation, And Internals (4th Edition)
Internetworking with TCP/IP is a series of books written by Douglas E. Comer and David L. Stevens that cover various aspects of the TCP/IP protocol suite and its applications. The second volume of the series focuses on the design, implementation, and internals of TCP/IP software in an operating system. It provides an in-depth look at individual TCP/IP protocols in light of design alternatives, implementation techniques with actual ANSI C code, and the internals of protocol software.
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The book is divided into 14 chapters that cover the following topics:
The structure of TCP/IP software in an operating system
The network interface layer
Address discovery and binding (ARP)
IP: global software organization
IP: routing table and routing algorithm
IP: fragmentation and reassembly
IP: error processing (ICMP)
IP: multicast processing (IGMP)
UDP: user datagrams
TCP: introduction and overview
TCP: input processing
TCP: output processing
TCP: timer management
TCP: flow control and adaptive retransmission
The book is intended for students, researchers, and practitioners who want to learn more about the inner workings of TCP/IP software and how it interacts with the underlying network hardware. The book assumes some familiarity with basic networking concepts and C programming, but does not require any prior knowledge of TCP/IP protocols. The book also includes exercises and projects that allow readers to apply their knowledge and test their understanding.
The book is available as a PDF file that can be downloaded from various sources on the internet. However, it is recommended to purchase a hard copy or an e-book version from a reputable publisher or vendor to support the authors and ensure the quality and authenticity of the content.