In just 24 lessons of one hour or less, you will uncover the inner workings of TCP/IP. Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson builds on the previous ones, enabling you to learn the essentials of TCP/IP from the ground up.
Practical discussions provide an inside look at TCP/IP components and protocols.
Step-by-step instructions walk you through many common tasks.
Q&As at the end of each hour help you test your knowledge.
Notes and tips point out shortcuts and solutions and help you steer clear of potential problems.
If you're looking for a smart, concise introduction to the protocols that power the Internet, start your clock and look inside. Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours is your guide to the secrets of TCP/IP.
Part I: TCP/IP Basics
Hour 1 What Is TCP/IP? 7
Hour 2 How TCP/IP Works 21
Part II: The TCP/IP Protocol System
Hour 3 The Network Access Layer 35
Hour 4 The Internet Layer 47
Hour 5 Subnetting and CIDR 69
Hour 6 The Transport Layer 83
Hour 7 The Application Layer 107
Part III: Networking with TCP/IP
Hour 8 Routing 121
Hour 9 Getting Connected 143
Hour 10 Firewalls 175
Hour 11 Name Resolution 185
Hour 12 Automatic Configuration 215
Hour 13 IPv6--The Next Generation 229
Part IV: TCP/IP Utilities
Hour 14 TCP/IP Utilities 243
Hour 15 Monitoring and Remote Access 275
Part V: TCP/IP and the Internet
Hour 16 The Internet: A Closer Look 297
Hour 17 HTTP, HTML, and the World Wide Web 305
Hour 18 Email 321
Hour 19 Streaming and Casting 339
Part VI: Advanced Topics
Hour 20 Web Services 353
Hour 21 The New Web 363
Hour 22 Network Intrusion 375
Hour 23 TCP/IP Security 391
Hour 24 Implementing a TCP/IP Network--Seven Days in the Life of a Sys Admin 413
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Welcome to Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Fourth Edition. This book provides a clear and concise introduction to TCP/IP for newcomers, and also for users who have worked with TCP/IP but would like a little more of the inside story. The fourth edition includes new material on recent developments in TCP/IP and offers a closer look at topics such as
You'll find new chapters on casting and streaming, web services, and the new Web, as well as several new sections throughout the book on recent developments in TCP/IP.
Does Each Chapter Take an Hour?
Each chapter is organized so that you can learn the concepts within one hour. The chapters are designed to be short enough to read all at once. In fact, you should be able to read a chapter in less than one hour and still have time to take notes and reread more complex sections in your one-hour study session.
How to Use This Book
The books in the Sams Teach Yourself series are designed to help you learn a topic in a few easy and accessible sessions. Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Fourth Edition, is divided into six parts. Each part brings you a step closer to mastering the goal of proficiency in TCP/IP.
Part I, "TCP/IP Basics," introduces you to TCP/IP and the TCP/IP protocol stack.
Part II, "The TCP/IP Protocol System," takes a close look at each of TCP/IP's protocol layers: the Network Access, Internet, Transport, and Application layers. You learn about IP addressing and subnetting, as well as physical networks and application services. You'll also learn about the protocols that operate at each of TCP/IP's layers.
Part III, "Networking with TCP/IP," describes some of the devices, services, and utilities necessary for supporting TCP/IP networks. You learn about routing and network hardware, DHCP, DNS, and IPv6.
Part IV, "TCP/IP Utilities," introduces some of the common utilities used to configure, manage, and troubleshoot TCP/IP networks. You learn about Ping, Netstat, FTP, Telnet, and other network utilities.
Part V, "TCP/IP and the Internet," describes the world's largest TCP/IP network: the Internet. You learn about the structure of the Internet. You also learn about HTTP, HTML, XML, email, and Internet streaming.
Part VI, "Advanced Topics," describes topics such as web services, messaging, the semantic web, and TCP/IP security. Part VI ends with a case study showing how the components of TCP/IP interact in a real working environment.
The concepts in this book, like TCP/IP itself, are independent of a system and descend from the standards defined in Internet Requests for Comment (RFCs).
How This Book Is Organized
Each hour in Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Fourth Edition, begins with a quick introduction and a list of goals for the hour. You can also find the following elements.
Each hour contains a main section that provides a clear and accessible discussion of the hour's topic. You'll find figures and tables helping to explain the concepts described in the text. Interspersed with the text are special notes labeled By The Way? These notes come with definitions, descriptions, or warnings that help you build a better understanding of the material.
Note - These boxes clarify a concept that is discussed in the text. A By The Way might add some additional information or provide an example, but they typically aren't essential for a basic understanding of the subject. If you're in a hurry, or if you want to know only the bare essentials, you can bypass these sidebars.
Each hour ends with some questions designed to help you explore and test your understanding of the concepts described in the hour. Complete answers to the questions are also provided.
Note - Additionally, some hours include Workshops—exercises designed to help you through the details or give you practice with a particular task. You'll find them only in hours where a little real-world exploration will help build a better understanding of the material. Even if you don't have the necessary software and hardware to undertake some of the exercises in the Workshop, you might benefit from reading through the exercises to see how the tools work in a real network implementation.
Each hour includes a summary of important key terms that are introduced in the hour. The key terms are compiled into an alphabetized list at the end of each hour.
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