Practical TCP/IP
Designing, using & troubleshooting TCP/IP networks on Linux and Windows

By Niall Mansfield

Practical TCP/IP
Paperback, 880 pages £37.50
Published: 31st January 2011
ISBN: 9781906860363
Format: 233mm x 170mm

Category: All Books, Computing

In-depth explanations of networking and TCP/IP protocols simplify the process of learning to build, maintain, and troubleshoot networks in this hands-on technology guide. Covering both Linux and Windows, this book is applicable to almost any network, and includes visual information in the form of diagrams and screenshots, making ideas easier to understand. A reprint of the 2003 edition, this thorough reference also explains how to easily build small test networks to practice on and includes troubleshooting information throughout to help users solve complex problems with a deep understanding of the concepts. A focus on what users will need to know in their day-to-day work keeps the range of topics narrow while many detailed appendices provide extra insight into broader issues.

Niall Mansfield graduated from Trinity College Dublin, where he studied Physics, and computer modelling and simulation as a postgrad. He founded the European X window system User Group and has been Technical Director of a number of technology companies in Cambridge, England, where he now lives.

Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 880 pages
ISBN: 9781906860363
Format: 233mm x 170mm

BIC Code: UL, UT
BISAC Code:  COM043000, COM046000
Imprint: UIT Cambridge Ltd.

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