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The TCP/IP Guide: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Internet Protocols Reference [Hardcover]

Charles M. Kozierok
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Oct. 14 2005 159327047X 978-1593270476 1

The TCP/IP Guide is both an encyclopedic and comprehensible guide to the TCP/IP protocol suite that will appeal to newcomers and the seasoned professional. It details the core protocols that make TCP/IP internetworks function, and the most important classical TCP/IP applications. Its personal, easy-going writing style lets anyone 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, UDP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP, FTP, SMTP, NNTP, HTTP, Telnet and much more. The author offers not only a detailed view of the TCP/IP protocol suite, but also describes networking fundamentals and the important OSI Reference Model.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Super book Aug. 9 2013
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After being out of the loop with networking for sometime, I was able to sync up with most concepts in about an hour of reading this book. Very clear explanations and diagrams, I think the author is a genius because most networking books I read either ramble on or don't have proper diagrams. This book has both, to the point explanation with diagrams, that's all I need.

If I remember correctly this book is available for free but after browsing through this on Google Books, I just felt compelled to pay the author for making my life so much easier :)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Well written book in plain English. Jan. 16 2010
By Pete
This book explains very well everything the average network administrator needs to know about building and maintaining a network. It's all written in an easy-to-read format, which explains not only how to do it, but why do it this way.

I really like the IPv6 section, which is really helpful for me at this time.
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By Kam
I was very tempted to give this book 5 stars for it's organization, topic depth and ability to teach a pretty complex subject without losing the reader or boring him to death. The only reason I didn't was I felt the book could have been trimmed down a little because there were too many unnecessary sections. It's one heck of a weighty tome! For example IMHO the IP class and subnet addressing chapters went on for too long and the early chapters concerning name resolution could have been cut altogether since they just give background information leading up to DNS without explaining the nuts and bolts of DNS. However, I would still highly recommend this book if it's your 1st or only TCP/IP book you are going to buy because of it's easy reading style, which is rare for TCP/IP books. Coming from a non-networking software background I found this book immensely helpful on my way to becoming a network S/W engineer.

Remember you can read this book for free on the web if you don't mind staring at a screen since that's where it originated.
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