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Tcp/ip Illustrated, Volume 1

by W. Richard Stevens, Gary R. Wright, and Gary Wright

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Now, for the first time, all three volumes of W. Richard Stevens' classic TCP/IP Illustrated books have been brought together, at one special price. These books have become legends for their clear explanations, well-designed figures, and real-world demonstrations of TCP/IP in action, using actual data collected from real diagnostic programs. This new package also includes an exclusive data structures poster -- and the handsome slipcase makes it an ideal gift for networking professionals, students, and graduates. Volume 1 presents an in-depth introduction to the TCP/IP protocol suite, including the link layer, IP, ARP, RARP, ICMP, Ping, Traceroute, IP routing, dynamic routing protocols such as RIP and OSPF, UDP, broadcasting, multicasting, DNS, BOOTP, SNMP, FTP, NFS, and more. Volume 2 focuses on the implementation of TCP/IP protocols, teaching by example through 500 illustrations and 15,000 lines of real, working code. Volume 3 focuses on four crucial TCP/IP programming topics: T/TCP (TCP for Transactions); HTTP; NNTP; and the UNIX domain protocols.

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Focuses on implementation issues. Authors use real working code, together with pictures and descriptions of all data structures and algorithms to help the reader master the TCP/IP protocol suite. Three volume set.

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This specially priced boxed set contains Volumes 1-3 of the acclaimed TCP/IP Illustrated books by W. Richard Stevens and Gary R.Wright, plus an exclusive data structures poster!

The TCP/IP Illustrated books are praised for their highly effective visual approach to the essential TCP/IP topics facing today’s networking professionals. The word 'illustrated' distinguishes this book from the rest. By forcing conditions to occur, and then displaying the results, TCP/IP Illustrated gives readers a much greater understanding of the concepts than words alone can provide. The books are noted for their diagrams and clear and readable writing style.

Available together in a gift set for the very first time, these books include unparalleled TCP/IP material needed by any networking professional. Titles include: TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols; TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 2: The Implementation; TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 3: TCP for Transactions, HTTP, NNTP, and the UNIX® Domain Protocols; and the 4.4BSD TCP/IP Networking Data Structures Poster. The suggested list price is over $20 off the cost of buying the books individually. The handsome slipcase makes this set an ideal gift for the recent computer science graduate or a special treat for the network programmer!

The 4.4BSD TCP/IP Networking Data Structures Poster is based on Volumes 1 and 2. It measures 24" x 36"and is shipped folded in the box.


About the Author

W. Richard Stevens, one of the world's leading experts on networking and UNIX, was the highly-respected author of the UNIX Network Programming Series, Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment, and the TCP/IP Illustrated Series, each of them classics in their fields. Gary R. Wright has worked with TCP/IP for more than eight years. He is President of Connix, a Connecticut-based company providing Internet access and consulting services.



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