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Design, Implementation, and Internals - TCP/IP Vol 2

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Authors: Douglas E. Comer and David L. Stevens

Publisher: Prentice Hall

Contents by Chapter
1. Introduction and overview
2. The Structure of TCP/IP Software in an Operating System
3. Network Interface Layer
4. Address Discovery and Binding (ARP)
5. IP: Global Software Organization
6. IP: Routing Tables and Routing Algorithms
7. IP: Fragmentation and Reassembly
8. IP: Error Processing (ICMP)
9. IP: Multicast Processing (IGMP)
10. UDP: User Datagrams
11. TCP: Data Structures and Input Processing
12. TCP: Finite State Machine Implementation
13. TCP: Output Processing
14. TCP: Timer Management
15. TCP: Flow Control and Adaptive Retransmission
16. TCP: Urgent Data Processing and the Push Function
17. Socket level Interface
18. RIP: Active Route Propagation and Passive Acquisition
19. OSPF: Route propogation with an SPF Algorithm
20. SNMP: MIB Variables, Representations, and Bindings
21. SNMP: Client and Server
22. SNMP: Table Access Functions
23. Implementation in Retrospect

Appendix 1: Cross Reference of Procedure Calls
Appendix 2: Cross Reference of C Structures Used in the Code
Appendix 3: Xinu Functions and Constants Used in the Code

Bibliography
Index

This volume answers the question "How does application software use TCP/IP?"--focusing on the client-server paradigm, and examining algorithms for both the client and server components of a distributed program. It presents an implementation that illustrates each design and reviews several standard application protocols, using them to illustrate algorithms and implementation techniques.

This revision of a best-seller provides an in-depth look at the TCP/IP Internet Protocols. It presents a complete implementation showing the internals of the TCP/IP protocol software with actual ANSI C code. Examines the details of individual protocols, their implementation and the internals of protocol software. Contains working source code for most protocols including TCP, IP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP, ARP, RIP, SNMP, and a significant pat of OSPF. Reflects changes in the protocol standards and updates the example code to ANSI standard C. Uses the widely-accepted data-mark interpretation of TCP urgent data and discusses the consequences. For anyone working the TCP/IP suite of protocols.


Hardcover. 660 pages. ISBN: 0-13-973843-6

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