Client-Server Programming and Applications for the AT&T Tli Version

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9780132609777: Client-Server Programming and Applications for the AT&T Tli Version

This volume addresses the question of how applications that use TCP/IP can be designed. Focusing on the client-server paradigm, this book examines algorithms for both the client and server components of a distributed program, shows an implementation that illustrates each design, discusses techniques like application-level gateways and tunnelling, and reviews several standard protocols. As well as describing concurrent processes and the system functions used to create them, this third volume in Comer's series also explains how each design fits into the space of possible implementations, emphasizes design principles that underlie practical implementations and offers sample programs that show how each design operates in practice.

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This revision of a best seller provides an in-depth look at the TCP/IP Internet Protocols. It presents a complete implementation -- showing the internals of the TCP/IP protocol software -- with actual code.

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Key Benefit: This revision of a best seller provides an in-depth look at the TCP/IP Internet Protocols. It presents a complete implementation — showing the internals of the TCP/IP protocol software — with actual code. Key Topics: Examines the details of individual protocols, their implementation and the internals of protocol software. Contains working source code for most protocols including TCP, IP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP, ARP, RIP, SNMP, and a significant part of OSPF. Reflects changes in protocol standards — e.g., uses SNMP MIB-11. Covers several new protocols—e.g., IP multicasting (IGMP protocol) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocol. Changes the implementation of TCP urgent data to illustrate the data-mark interpretation and discusses the consequences. Market: For anyone working with the TCP/IP suite of protocols.

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