Abstract: Explains common troubleshooting procedures for the Internetwork connection including, IP, RIP, and OSPF.
Keywords: book review, internet, troubleshooting, TCP/IP computer network protocol.
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Title: Troubleshooting TCP/IP; Analyzing the Protocols of the Internet, Second Edition
Author: Mark Miller
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Date Published: May 1996
ISBN: 1558514503
LOCN: TK5105.585.M56 1996
Dewey: 004.6/2 20
Pages: 772
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The contents of the 1992 edition follow. The latest edition is not yet in hand.

Why This Book is For You

Chapter 1: Using TCP/IP and the Internet Protocols

Chapter 2: Supporting TCP/IP and the Internet Protocols

Chapter 3: Troubleshooting the Network Interface Connection

Chapter 4: Troubleshooting the Internetwork Connection

Chapter 5: Troubleshooting the Host-to-Host Connection

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting the Process/Application Connection

Chapter 7: Managing the Internet

Chapter 8: Migrating TCP/IP Internets to OSI

Appendix A: Addresses of Standards Organizations

Appendix B: Acronyms

Appendix C: Selected Manufacturers of TCP/IP-Related Internetworking Products

Appendix D: Obtaining Internet Information

Appendix E: Ethernet Protocol Types

Appendix F: Link Service Access Point (SAP) Addresses

Appendix G: Internet Parameters

Appendix H: RFC Index


Author:        Miller, Mark, 1955-
Title:         Troubleshooting TCP/IP / Mark A. Miller.
Edition:       2nd ed.
Published:     New York, N.Y. : M&T Books, c1996.
Description:   xviii, 772 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer laser
                  optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Series:        The network troubleshooting library
LC Call No.:   TK5105.585.M56 1996
Dewey No.:     004.6/2 20
ISBN:          1558514503
Notes:         System requirements for accompanying computer
                  disc: Mac; PC.
               Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      TCP/IP (Computer network protocol)
Control No.:   96015271 


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