TCP/IP Networking Illustrated Volume 1 By Richard Stevens

TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals

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Introduction: TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals

Getting Started with TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals The TCP/IP protocol suite allows computers of all sizes, from many different computer vendors, running totally different operating systems, to communicate with each other. It is quite amazing because its use has far exceeded its original estimates. What started in the late 1960s as a government-financed research project into packet switching networks has, in the 1990s, turned into the most widely used form of networking between computers. It is truly an open system in that the definition of the protocol suite and many of its implementations are publicly available at little or no charge. It forms the basis for what is called the worldwide Internet, or the Internet, a wide area network (WAN) of more than one million computers that literally spans the globe.
This chapter provides an overview of the TCP/IP protocol suite, to establish an adequate background for the remaining chapters. For a historical perspective on the early development of TCP/IP

TCP/IP Networking Illustrated Volume 1 Chapters and Sections

Table Of Contents For TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals

Chapter 1. Introduction

Introduction: TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
Layering
TCP/IP Layering
Internet Addresses
The Domain Name System
Encapsulation
De-multiplexing
Client-Server Model
Port Numbers
Standardization Process
RFCs
Standard, Simple Services
The Internet
Implementations
Application Programming Interfaces
Test Network
Summary

Chapter 2. Link Layer

Introduction
Ethernet and IEEE 802 Encapsulation
Trailer Encapsulation
TCP/IP Illustrated
SLIP: Serial Line IP
Compressed SLIP
PPP: Point-to-Point Protocol
Loopback Interface
MTU
Path MTU
Serial Line Throughput Calculations
Summary

Chapter 3. IP: Internet Protocol

Introduction: TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
IP Header
IP Routing
Subnet Addressing
Subnet Mask
Special Case IP Address
A Subnet Example
ifconfig Command
netstat Command
IP Futures
Summary

Chapter 4. ARP: Address Resolution Protocol

Introduction: TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
An Example
ARP Cache
ARP Packet Format
ARP Examples
Proxy ARP
Gratuitous ARP
arp Command
Summary

Chapter 5. RARP: Reverse Address Resolution Protocol

Introduction: TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
RARP Packet Format
RARP Examples
RARP Server design
Summary
TCP/IP Illustrated

Chapter 6. ICMP: Internet Control Message Protocol

Introduction: TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
ICMP Message Types
ICMP Address Mask Request and Reply
ICMP Timestamp Request and Reply
ICMP Port Unreachable Error
4.4BSD Processing of ICMP Messages
Summary

Chapter 7. Ping Program

Introduction
Ping Program
IP Record Route Option
IP Timestamp Option
Summary

Chapter 8. Traceroute Program

Introduction
Traceroute Program operation
LAN output
WAN output
IP Source Routing Option
Summary

Chapter 9. IP Routing

Introduction
Routing Principles
ICMP Host and Network Unreachable Errors
To Forward or Not to Forward
ICMP Redirect Errors
ICMP Router Discovery Messages
Summary

Chapter 10. Dynamic Routing Protocols

Introduction
Dynamic Routing
Unix Routing Daemons
TCP/IP Illustrated
RIP: Routing Information Protocol
RIP Version 2
OSPF: Open Shortest Path First
BGP: Border Gateway Protocol
CIDR: Classless Interdomain Routing
Summary

Chapter 11. UDP: User Datagram Protocol

Introduction
UDP Header
UDP Checksum
A Simple Example
IP Fragmentation
ICMP Unreachable Error (Fragmentation Required)
Determining the Path MTU Using Traceroute
Path MTU Discovery with UDP
Interaction Between UDP and ARP
Maximum UDP Datagram Size
ICMP Source Quench Error
UDP Server Design
Summary

Chapter 12. Broadcasting and Multicasting

Introduction
Broadcasting
Broadcasting Examples
Multicasting
Summary

Chapter 13. IGMP: Internet Group Management Protocol

Introduction
IGMP Message
IGMP Protocol
An Example
Summary

Chapter 14. DNS: The Domain Name System

Introduction
DNS Basics
TCP/IP Illustrated
DNS Message Format
A Simple Example
Pointer Quiries
Resource Records
Caching
UDP or TCP
Another Example
Summary

Chapter 15. TFTP: Trivial File Transfer Protocol

Introduction
Protocol
An Example
Security
Summary

Chapter 16. BOOTP: Bootstrap Protocol

Introduction
BOOTP Packet Format
An Example
BOOTP Server Design
BOOTP Through a Router
Vendor-Specific Information
Summary

Chapter 17. TCP: Transmission Control Protocol

Introduction
TCP Services
TCP Header
Summary

Chapter 18. TCP Connection Establishment and Termination

Introduction
Connection Establishment and Termination
Timeout of Connection Establishment
Maximum Segment Size
TCP Half-Close
TCP State Transition Diagram
Reset Segments
TCP/IP Illustrated
Simultaneous Open
Simultaneous Close
TCP Options
TCP Server Design
Summary

Chapter 19. TCP Interactive Data Flow

Introduction
Interactive Input
Delayed Acknowledgements
Nagle Algorithm
Windows Size Advertisements
Summary

Chapter 20. TCP Bulk Data Flow

Introduction
Normal Data Flow
Sliding Windows
Window Size
PUSH Flag
Slow Start
Bulk Data Throughput
Urgent Mode
Summary

Chapter 21. TCP Timeout and Retransmission

Introduction
Simple Timeout and Retransmission Example
Round-Trip Time Measurement
An RTT Example
Congestion Example
Congestion Avoidance Algorithm
Fast Retransmit and Fast Recovery Algorithm
Congestion Example (Continued)
Per-Route Metrics
ICMP Errors
Repacketization
Summary
TCP/IP Illustrated

Chapter 22. TCP Persist Timer

Introduction
An Example
Silly Windows Syndrome
Summary

Chapter 23. TCP Keepalive Timer

Introduction
Description
Keepalive Examples
Summary

Chapter 24. TCP Futures and Performance

Introduction
Path MTU Discovery
Long Fat Pipes
Windows Scale Option
Timestamp Option
PAWS: Protection Against Wrapped Sequence Numbers
T/TCP: A TCP Extension for Transactions
TCP Performance
Summary

Chapter 25. SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol

Introduction
Protocol
Structure of Management Information
Object Identifiers
Introduction to the Management Information Base
Instance Identification
Simple Examples
Management Information Base (Continued)
Additional Examples
Traps
ASN.1 and BER
SNMP Version 2
Summary
TCP/IP Illustrated

Chapter 26. Telnet and Rlogin: Remote Login

Introduction
Rlogin Protocol
Rlogin Examples
Telnet Protocol
Telnet Examples
Summary

Chapter 27. FTP: File Transfer Protocol

Introduction
FTP Protocol
FTP Examples
Summary

Chapter 28. SMTP: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

Introduction
SMTP Protocol
SMTP Examples
SMTP Futures
Summary

Chapter 29. NFS: Network File System

Introduction
Sun Remote Procedure Call
XDR: External Data Representation
Port Mapper
NFS Protocol
NFS Examples
NFS Version 3
Summary

Chapter 30. Other TCP/IP Applications

Introduction
Finger Protocol
Whois Protocol
Archie, WAIS, Gopher, Veronica and WWW
X Window System
Summary

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