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Computer Networks and Internets, with Internet Applications : International Edition
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Table of contents 1. Network Programming and Applications.
Local Asynchronous Communication RS Packets, Frames and Error Detection. Hardware Addressing and Frame Type Identification. Fiber Modems, Repeaters, Bridges, and Switches. Comeer Digital Connection Technologies. WAN Technologies and Routing. Ownership, Service Paradigm, and Performance. Concepts, Architecture, and Protocols. IP Datagrams and Datagram Forwarding. IP Encapsulation, Fragmentation, and Reassembly. Example of a Client and a Server.
Naming with the Domain Name System. Electronic Mail Representation and Transfer.
Computer Networks and Internets, 6th Edition
File Transfer and Remote File Access. World Wide Web Pages and Browsing. Glossary of Networking Terms and Abbreviations.
Address Masks in Dotted Decimal. The Undergrad Networking Lab at Purdue.