Abstract: A complete guide to setting up and running a TCP/IP network for practicing system administrators. This second edition includes coverage of Linux.
Keywords: book review, internet, unix, tcp/ip, network administration, Linux, BSD, System V.
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Title: TCP/IP Network Administration
Author: Craig Hunt
Editor: Gigi Estabrook
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date Published: December 1997
ISBN: 1565923227
Pages: 471 (first edition)
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The contents of the 1992 first edition follow. The latest edition is not yet in hand.


Chapter 1: Overview of TCP/IP

Chapter 2: Delivering the Data

Chapter 3: Name Service Concepts

Chapter 4: Getting Started

Chapter 5: Basic Configuration

Chapter 6: Configuring the Interface

Chapter 7: Configuring Routing

Chapter 8: Configuring DNS Name Service

Chapter 9: Network Applications

Chapter 10: sendmail

Chapter 11: Troubleshooting TCP/IP

Chapter 12: Network Security

Chapter 13: Internet Information Resources

Appendix A: Network Contacts

Appendix B: Forms, Forms, Forms

Appendix C: A gated Reference

Appendix D: named Reference

Appendix E: Sample sendmail.cf

Appendix F: Selected TCP/IP Headers

Appendix G: Reference for passwd+

Appendix H: Software Sources


I have taken this program and I highly recommend it to all health-care providers - Orville R. Weyrich, Jr PhD NMD.
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