Thu, 27 Oct 88 12:54:58 EDT
Two good books on TCP/IP that helped acclimatize me to the networking world:
- "An Introduction to TCP/IP" by John Davidson
This is a small thin book with lots of diagrams. You can zip
through it on a Sunday afternoon. It concentrates mostly on IP
on Ethernet, but does a good breakdown of packet contents and
details each of the 7 OSI Model layers in separate chapters.
- "Internetworking with TCP/IP" by Douglass Comer
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Not exactly Sunday afternoon reading, this is a big, thick textbook-
format book. Has worked well for me as a reference when I've needed
detailed information about something in particular. Perhaps if you
ask, the nice person who posted a very detailed review of this book
about a month ago will send you a copy.
FTP Software, Inc.
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