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Internet Protocols : Advances, Technologies and Applications

Author: Subrata Goswami
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2003.
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Internet Protocols (IP) covers many of the newer internet technologies being developed and explores how they are being implemented in the real world. The author examines numerous implementation details related to IP equipment and software. The material is organized by applications so that readers can better understand the uses of IP technology. Included are details of implementation issues as well as several  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Subrata Goswami
ISBN: 9781461503859 146150385X
OCLC Number: 852779271
Description: 1 online resource (x, 318 pages)
Contents: 0.0 Types of Network --
0.1 Packet Switched Network --
0.2 Circuit Switched Network --
0.3 Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) --
References --
1 --
The Internet Protocol --
1.0 Introduction --
1.1 History of The Internet --
1.2 Internet Protocol Version 4 --
1.3 IP Datagram Format --
1.4 IP Address And Classes --
1.5 Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) --
1.6 Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) --
1.7 RFC's, Internet-Drafts, And Standards --
1.8 ICANN --
1.9 Registry for IP Addresses or Address Supporting Organizations (ASO) --
1.10 Domain Names Supporting Organizations (DNSO) --
1.11 Protocol Supporting Organizations (PSO) --
References --
2 --
IP Version 6 --
2.0 Introduction --
2.1 History of IPv6 --
2.2 The IP Version 6 Protocol --
2.3 IPv6 Addressing --
2.4 Addressing Requirements of IPv6 Hosts And Routers --
2.5 Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv6 --
2.6 Neighbor Discovery --
2.7 IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration --
2.8 IPv4 To IPv6 Transition Mechanisms --
References --
3 --
Routing and IP --
3.0 Introduction --
3.1 Routing Information Protocol (RIP) --
3.2 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) --
3.3 Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) --
3.4 Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) --
3.5 Routers --
3.6 Modern Routers --
References --
4 --
IP Address Distribution Mechanisms --
4.0 Introduction --
4.1 History of IP Address Management --
4.2 Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) --
4.3 IP Node Initialization in a Link Layer Network --
4.4 Discovering Neighbors --
4.5 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) --
4.6 RADIUS and DIAMETER --
References --
5 --
The Domain Name System --
5.0 Introduction --
5.1 History of DNS --
5.2 DNS Protocols and Databases --
5.3 Dynamic Updates --
5.4 Secure DNS --
5.5 DNS Vulnerabilities --
5.6 IPv6 and DNS --
5.7 6to4 and DNS --
5.8 Uniform Resource Names --
References --
6 --
Security Issues --
6.0 Introduction --
6.1 Packet Sniffing, Address Spoofing --
6.2 SNMP --
6.3 Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT) --
6.4 IPSec --
6.5 L2TP --
6.6 SSL and TLS --
6.7 Denial of Service --
6.8 Extensible Authentication Protocol --
References --
7 --
IP in the Enterprise --
7.0 Introduction --
7.1 Ethernet --
7.2 Storage Networks --
7.3 Virtual Private Networks --
7.4 Service Location Protocol --
Reference --
8 --
IP in Telecommunications --
8.0 Introduction --
8.1 SS7 Network --
8.2 Broadband Access Networks --
8.3 Core Network --
References --
9 --
IP and Mobility --
9.0 Introduction --
9.1 Wireless Ethernet --
9.2 Bluetooth --
9.3 CDPD --
9.4 CDMA(IS-95) --
9.5 GPRS --
9.6 Mobile IP --
9.7 Third Generation Cellular System (3G) --
9.8 3GPP --
9.9 3GPP2 --
References --
10 --
IP in Operating Systems --
10.0 Introduction --
10.1 The IP Stack in Operating Systems --
10.2 Distributed Systems --
10.3 Multi-processing Systems --
References.
Responsibility: by Subrata Goswami.

Abstract:

Internet Protocols (IP) covers many of the newer internet technologies being developed and explores how they are being implemented in the real world. The author examines numerous implementation details related to IP equipment and software. The material is organized by applications so that readers can better understand the uses of IP technology. Included are details of implementation issues as well as several state-of-the-art equipment and software. Unique features include coverage of: -VPN's, IKE, Mobile IP, 802.11b, 802.1x, 3G, Bluetooth, Zero-Conf, SLP, AAA, iFCP, SCTP, GSM, GPRS, CDMA2000, IPv6, DNSv6, MPLS and more.-Actual implementation strategies for routers through descriptions of Cisco 12410 GSR and Juniper M160.-IP software stack details are also included for several popular operating systems such as Windows, BSD, VxWorks and Linux.

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