TCP/IP Network Administration 3/ed, 756 Pages,Hunt 3rd Edition (English) 3rd Edition (Paperback)
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This complete guide to setting up and running a TCP/IP network is essential for network administrators, and invaluable for users of home systems that access the Internet. The book starts with the fundamentals -- what protocols do and how they work, how addresses and routing are used to move data through the network, how to set up your network connection -- and then covers, in detail, everything you need to know to exchange information via the Internet.
Included are discussions on advanced routing protocols (RIPv2, OSPF, and BGP) and the gated software package that implements them, a tutorial on configuring important network services -- including DNS, Apache, sendmail, Samba, PPP, and DHCP -- as well as expanded chapters on troubleshooting and security. TCP/IP Network Administration is also a command and syntax reference for important packages such as gated, pppd, named, dhcpd, and sendmail.
With coverage that includes Linux, Solaris, BSD, and System V TCP/IP implementations, the third edition contains:Overview of TCP/IP
Delivering the data
Configuring the interface
Configuring network servers
Appendices include dip, ppd, and chat reference, a gated reference, a dhcpd reference, and a sendmail reference This new edition includes ways of configuring Samba to provide file and print sharing on networks that integrate Unix and Windows, and a new chapter is dedicated to the important task of configuring the Apache web server. Coverage of network security now includes details on OpenSSH, stunnel, gpg, iptables, and the access control mechanism in xinetd. Plus, the book offers updated information about DNS, including details on BIND 8 and BIND 9, the role of classless IP addressing and network prefixes, and the changing role of registrars.
Without a doubt, TCP/IP Network Administration, 3rd Edition is a must-have for all network administrators and anyone who deals with a network that transmits data over the Internet.
About the Author Craig Hunt has worked with computer systems for the last 25 years. He spent the first few years after receiving his B.A. from American University running an outdoor camp for inner-city kids, but the call of the computer was stronger than the call of the wild. Craig went to work for the federal government as a programmer and then as a systems programmer. He left the government to work for Honeywell on the WWMCCS network in the days before TCP/IP, back when the network used NCP. After Honeywell, Craig went to work for the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Hes still there today and currently leads the Advanced Network Technologies Division. Craig is a member of the Federal Networking Council, the Large Scale Network Working Group, and the Next Generation Internet Implementation Team. He taught a course on TCP/IP network administration at Montgomery College in the 1980s and currently teaches a tutorial on the subject at Networld+Interop. In addition to TCP/IP Network Administration, he wrote Networking Personal Computers with TCP/IP and Appendix C of Building Internet Firewalls. He is currently working on a version of TCP/IP Network Administration for Windows NT.
Craig lives with his wife and children in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He loves the outdoors, splitting vacation time between the mountains and the sea, and he has a passion for rock and roll music.