Now, the industry's #1 hands-on PPP developer's guide has been updated to reflect the latest PPP advances, including SONET/SDH, optical PPP links, the use of PPP in telecommunications, and Linux-based PPP implementation -- a topic of exceptionally hot interest. In this book, leading network software architect James Carlson explains how PPP links operate, in depth, so developers can build more effective PPP implementations, and troubleshoot failures more effectively. Readers will learn how to implement and extend PPP in many environments, including Linux and UNIX. Carlson introduces PPP's growing role in telecommunications, including optical PPP links, PPP's relationship with SONET/SDH, and more. He also explains PPP's relationships to OSPF and other protocols, including PPP/L2TP integration in virtual private networks. The accompanying CD-ROM contains an extensive PPP resource library, including all relevant RFCs, several PPP implementations, and other PPP-related documentation.
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An excellent companion to the official standards documents, this comprehensive book covers PPP in depth, from the bits and bytes transmitted up through its connections to other networking software. It shows how to keep PPP running smoothly and efficiently, and offers the most detailed information available on debugging PPP and maintaining uninterrupted network connections.
This convenient volume follows PPP through its three main functions: connecting, authenticating, and sending data to the network. It provides an overview of PPP design and operation‹including link-level transmission and reception of data‹as well as a look at how PPP works with other networking protocols. Each PPP protocol is described in depth, including: LCP (Link Control Protocol); the network layer protocols that communicate with IP, AppleTalk, SNA, OSI, and others; CCP (Compression Control Protocol) and ECP (Encryption Control Protocol). In addition, the increasingly important topic of bandwidth management is discussed.
You will find thorough coverage of PPP debugging techniques that show you how to isolate and solve connection problems. In particular, the book examines a topic of critical concern: how to get packet traces out of common PPP implementations. Plenty of code, implementation strategies, and expert advice throughout make this book an invaluable resource for anyone who works with PPP.
James Carlson is a member of the Solaris Networking group at Sun Microsystems, Inc., where he is working on the next generation of PPP implementation for Solaris . Previously he held positions at IronBridge Networks, Bay Networks (Xylogics), and Data General. Mr. Carlson has a M.S./C.S. from Boston University and a B.S./E.E. from Carnegie-Mellon. 0201185393AB04062001
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