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Preface. half I: advent. bankruptcy 1. The problem of the web. half II: PACKET delivery. bankruptcy 2. reading the IP community. bankruptcy three. Datagram Addressing and supply. bankruptcy four. Routing and Intranetwork communique. bankruptcy five. End-to finish Reliability. bankruptcy 6. the following new release: IPv6. bankruptcy 7. Case reviews in Packet delivery. half III: program aid. bankruptcy eight. facts shipping. bankruptcy nine. Converged Networks and Multimedia delivery. bankruptcy 10. Case stories in program aid. half IV: community and function administration. bankruptcy eleven. community administration Architectures. bankruptcy 12. community administration process parts. bankruptcy thirteen. Case experiences in community and function administration. half V: REFERENCE APPENDICES. Appendix A: Acronyms and Abbreviations. Appendix B: assets of net details. Appendix C: Addresses of criteria enterprises. Appendix D: emblems. Index.

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The Internet Official Protocol Standards document (currently RFC 3300 [l-91) describes the standards track process and lists recently published RFCs and the current standardization status of the various protocols. Information on how to obtain Internet documentation is given in Appendix B. With the explosive growth of the Internet within the last few years, a wealth of information is available. Throughout this text, we will make extensive use of the RFCs and other documents in our study. Readers needing details on the Internet itself could benefit from the following: RFC 1207, “FYI on Questions and Answers -Answers to Commonly Asked ‘Experienced Internet User’ Questions” [I -101; RFC 1402, “There’s Gold in Them Thar Networks!

These protocols work behind the scenes to make sure that the packet transport functions operate properly and are kept up to date. The control, routing, and address resolution protocols are shown in Figure 1-5, and will be studied in greater detail in Chapter 3. In general, these protocols would not be visible to the end users of an Internet-connected network. DNS BGP RFC 1771 RFCs 1054, 1035 EOOTP DHCP RIP RIP-2 RSW RFC 951 RFC 2131 RFC 1050 RFC 2453 RFC 2205 UDP RFC 768 TCP RFC 793 - ARP RFC 826 ICMP EGP IGMP OSPF RFC 7SZ RFC 001 RFClllZ RFC 2328 InARP ANARP InAlMARP RFCm5 RFC23w Figure 1-5.

Token ring networks were standardized at two transmission rates, 4 and 16 Mbps, with some experimental development at higher rates. 5 networks, relegating the latter to the “legacy network” designation for most applications. Chapter 2: Analyzing the IP Network 20 Server "r' - ce) Bridge or Switch - Server Figure 2-3. 3 The type of data processing architecture, centralized or distributed, has an impact on the design and support of the internetwork in a dramatic way. Centralized systems become host-centric, with access required to a small number of data sources.

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