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INTRODUCTION
Transport Layer
Network Layer
Data Link Layer
Physical Layer
Data Link Architecture and Topologies
Ethernet and IEEE 802.3
Slow Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
Gigabit Ethernet
Token-Ring and IEEE 802.5
FDDI and ANSI X3T9.5
Wide Area Networking (WAN) Technologies
WAN Encapsulation Protocols
Request For Comments (RFCs)
Internet Versus intranet
Groups Responsible for Internet Technology
Summary
Review Questions
Understanding Binary to Decimal Conversion
IP Addressing
Address Classes
Network and Subnet Masks
Subnetting and Examples
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Static
Dynamic
IP
IP Header
ICMP
ICMP Header and Message Formats
Codes
Checksum
ICMP Message Types
Ping: Echo Request and Reply—Types 8 and 0
Destination Unreachable—Type 3
Source Quench—Type 4
Redirect—Type 5
Time Exceeded—Type 11
Parameter Problem—Type 12
Timestamp Request and Reply—Types 13 and 14
Information Request and Reply—Types 15 and 16
Address Mask Request and Reply—Types 17 and 18
ARP Operation
ARP Cache Mechanisms
Proxy ARP
Proxy ARP Operation
ARP Header
Hardware Type
Protocol Type
Length of Hardware Address
Length of Protocol Address
Opcode
Sender’s Hardware Address
Sender’s Protocol Address
Target Hardware Address
Target Protocol Address
RARP
RARP Operation
ARP Versus RARP Operation
Disadvantages of RARP
RARP Header
Hardware
BOOTP
BOOTP header
BOOTP Request and Reply
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Allocating Configuration Information
DHCP Messages
DHCP Message Exchanges
DHCP Header
IP Routing Basics
Directly Connected Interface
Static Routing
Default Routing
Dynamic Routing
Routing Protocols and Best Path
Distance Vector Routing Protocols
Link State Routing Protocols
Hybrid Routing Protocols
Introduction to Routing Protocols
RIPv1
The RIPv1 Header and Fields
Disadvantages of RIPv1
RIP Timers
RIP and Demand Circuits
RIPv2
OSPF
OSPF Characteristics
OSPF Databases
OSPF Operation
The LSA Header
OSPF Router States
OSPF Router Types
OSPF Router types
OSPF Operation Over Various Data Link Architectures
Area Types
Standard OSPF Fields
Additional Headers
IGRP
IGRP Networks
EIGRP
EIGRP Operation
EIGRP Packet Types
IGPs Versus EGPs
BGP Routers
BGP Operation
The BGP Header and Fields
Path Attributes
BGPv3 Versus BGPv4
Transport Layer Protocols
Connection-Oriented Protocols
Connectionless Protocols
Connectionless Versus Connection-oriented Protocols
Ports and Sockets
Introduction to TCP
TCP Header
Source Port
Destination Port
Destination port
Sequence Number
Acknowledgement Number
Data Offset
Reserved
Control Flags—6 Bits
Window
Checksum—2 Bytes
Urgent Pointer
TCP Options—Variable Length
Fundamentals of TCP Operation
Connection Setup and Teardown
Multiplexing
Data Transfer
Flow Control
Reliability
Precedence and Security
Connection-oriented Characteristics
•Session setup
Session Setup
Session Teardown
Sequencing and Acknowledgements
Keepalives
TCP Ports
UDP Operation
UDP Applications
UDP Ports
UDP Header
Length Field
Introduction to Upper-layer Protocols
Application Layer
World Wide Web and HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
E-mail and SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
Telnet (Telecommunications Network)
File Transfer
Presentation Layer
Session Layer
NetBIOS (Network Basic Input Output System)
NFS (Network File System) and ONC Protocols
Remote Access
Basic Services
Network Virtual Terminal
Telnet Commands
Telnet Options
Introduction to File Transfer
FTP Session
Data Representation
FTP Data Types
FTP Data Structures
FTP Transmission Modes
FTP Commands
FTP Replies
FTP Operation and Examples
Anonymous FTP
X.400 Naming Model
Message Transfer Agents (MTAs)
SMTP Format
SMTP Commands
SMTP Replies
MIME
Why Do We Need Name Resolution?
Namespace
DNS Delegation of Authority
Internet Domain Names
Queries and Mappings
Caching
Domain Server Message Format
Identifier (ID)
QR
Flags
Rcode
Answers and Questions Headers
Domain Name Types
DNS Examples
NetBios
NetBIOS Over TCP/IP
Node Types
WINS (Windows Internet Name Server)
NetBIOS Examples
HTTP and the World Wide Web
HTTP Features
HTTP Components
HTTP Sessions
HTTP Message Format
Generic Start Line
General Header
Message Headers (Request, Response, or Entity)
Empty line (CRLF)
Message Body
HTTP Response Messages, Status, and Error Codes
•Message body
HTTP Error Messages
Introduction to File Transfer Protocols
TFTP Packet Types
RRQ and WRQ Packets
Data Packets
ACK Packet
Error Packets
TFTP Operation
TFTP Extensions
OACK Packet
Introduction to Network Management
SNMP
SNMP Managers
SNMP Agents
Proxy
SNMP Message Format
Version
Community Name
SNMP Protocol Data Units (PDUs)
Introduction to Open Network Computing Protocols
NFS Features
NFS Operation
NFS Client
NFS Server
Call Message
Reply Message
NFS Examples
Questions
Chapter 1: Overview of Industry Models and Standards
Chapter 2: IP Addressing
Chapter 3: Network Layer/Internet Protocols
Chapter 4: Address Resolution
Chapter 5: IP Routing
Chapter 6: Routing Protocols
Chapter 7: Transport/Host-to-Host Layer
Chapter 8: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
Chapter 9: User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Chapter 11: Telnet
Chapter 12: File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Chapter 13: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
Chapter 14: Name Resolution
Chapter 15: Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Chapter 16: Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
Chapter 17: Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Chapter 18: Open Network Computing Protocols
G–H
J–L
X–Z
Numeric
J–K
X–Y
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
INDEX
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TCP IP Primer Plus

TCP IP Primer Plus

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