TCP/IP cookbook?


mnetor!utzoo!henry@seismo.CSS.GOV
Mon, 23 Mar 87 17:18:21 est


Does anybody know of a good book on the nitty-gritty of implementing TCP/IP?
(If there's an obvious choice, sorry about that, I'm a relative newcomer to
this stuff.) I'm not after history and philosophy, which I gather is the
main thrust of Padlipsky's book (which I haven't had a chance to read yet),
and I want something deeper than a ten-page paper. I'm aware of the Protocol
Handbook, and have it on order, but my impression is that it's more of a
collection of standards than a unified discussion. I have Comer's book
"Internetworking with XINU", but it leaves too many things out (and worse,
doesn't tell you that it's doing so). Suggestions?

                                Henry Spencer @ U of Toronto Zoology
                                {allegra,ihnp4,decvax,pyramid}!utzoo!henry



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