In this book, Douglas E. Comer -- one of the world's leading TCP/IP experts -- presents comprehensive, up-to-date guidance for developing robust, C-based TCP/IP applications. This Fourth Edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest ANSI C standards, and to deliver in-depth coverage of CIDR addressing, CIDR route lookup, and DHCP.This fully revised and updated Fourth Edition provides in-depth coverage of developing with every major TCP/IP protocol, including TCP, IP, ICMP, IGMPv2, UDP, APR, RIP2, SNMPv3, and OSPF -- including detailed ANSI C source code. Comer introduces the challenges of TCP/IP network programming, covers key design and architectural alternatives, and presents real-world implementation techniques. Using a complete TCP/IP working model, the authors demonstrate the interactions among protocols, walk through the entire implementation process, review the internal structure of TCP/IP applications, and provide a strong platform for readers to experiment. The book contains in-depth coverage of CIDR, demonstrating techniques for reducing the size of routing tables and making more IP addresses available within organizations. It also includes a full chapter on programming DHCP to automate the configuration of desktops for Internet access.For every network programmer building Internet applications with TCP/IP.
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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.From the Back Cover:
The Third Edition of this best-seller is a must for anyone working the TCP/IP suite of protocols.
The authors provide an in-depth look at individual TCP/IP protocols in light of design alternatives, implementation techniques with actual ANSI C code, and the internals of protocol software.
This book uses the widely accepted data-mark interpretation of TCP urgent data, a discussion of the consequences is included. Throughout the book the authors use a working system, which they designed and built using ANSI C, to explain the interaction among protocols, the complete implementation process, and the internal structure.
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