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  The TCP/IP Guide

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From Charles M. Kozierok, the creator of the highly regarded www.PCGuide.com, comes The TCP11P Guide. This completely up-to-date, encyclopedic reference on the TCP/IP protocol suite will appeal to newcomers and the seasoned professional alike. Kozierok details the core protocols that make TCP/IP internetworks function and the most important classic TCP/IP applications, integrating IPv6 coverage throughout. Over 350 illustrations and hundreds of tables help to explain the finer points of this complex topic. The book's personal, user-friendly writing sye lets readers of all levels understand the dozens of protocols and technologies that run the Internet, with full coverage of PPP, ARP, IP, IPv6, IP NAT, IPSec, Mobile IP, ICMP, RIP, BGP, TCP, LIDP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP, FTP, SMTP, NNTP, HTTP, Telnet, and much more.

 

The TCP11P Guide is a must-have addition to the libraries of internetworking students, educators, networking professionals, and those working toward certification.

 

The Review:

First of all the book weighs in at about eight pounds, enough to knock somebody out with. Its 1540 pages of information is sufficient to keep you lying awake nights reading for well over a month and a half. The 38 pages in the table of contents clarify in detail all that the book covers and as far as I am concerned that is anything and everything you ever wanted to or needed to know about the ins and outs of the TCP/IP (Internet Protocols).

 

Besides publishing the Cariboo Computer Magazine, for the last 10 years I have been an internet service provider so the Internet Protocols have been entrenched in my life and I wish I had this book from the beginning as it would have helped me tremendously back then. And now as a reference book on the subject, you could not find a better, more comprehensive book on the subject. I would give it two thumbs up for sure.


Review ID Number: 612
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No Starch Press
Review Date: 2005-11-01
Reviewer: Nick Sardy
Rating: 10 out of 10
 
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