This benchmark reference is the ultimate user-friendly manual for planning, configuring, operating, maintaining, and using a TCP/IP network and associated services. Written in the easygoing style that made previous editions bestsellers, Dr. Sidnie Feit's book gives you a clear overview of TCP/IP technology, followed by in-depth coverage of applications and advice on how to get past performance obstacles.
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