"Odds are high that you'll find the networking solutions you need in this book. Even though it's not designed as test preparation, the book provides a grounding in the TCP/IP protocols that's strong enough to help you pass the TCP/IP exam (70-059) en route to a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) certification."
"This volume is highly accurate, very detailed, and well-written. This book is a must-have for any technical professional who expects to work in a Windows 2000 environment, and it's also an excellent reference for technicians working with TCP/IP in any network environment."
About the Book
Get complete details on TCP/IP and Windows 2000 with this must-have reference!
Find the in-depth technical information you need to support TCP/IP on the Windows 2000 platform with the MICROSOFT® WINDOWS 2000 TCP/IP PROTOCOLS AND SERVICES TECHNICAL REFERENCE. It steps you through TCP/IP protocols layer by layer in the OSI model, while offering details to help you handle daily connectivity tasks. Weaving concepts with practical examples, it presents a detailed picture of TCP/IP protocols and services for Windows 2000 networks and discusses how to use these protocols and services to maximize LAN/WAN performance. It includes utilities to help you monitor your network and provides expert instruction so you understand:
• The Network Access Layer: How the network architectures that Windows 2000 supports carry data in a TCP/IP network
• Internet Layer Protocols: How IP provides a reliable end-to-end delivery system for individual datagrams, both for one-to-one and for one-to-many communication
• Transport Layer Protocols: How TCP and UDP use IP to let applications running on Windows 2000–based PCs communicate with other applications and PCs, plus how TCP manages the reliable flow of data between sender and receiver
• Application Layer Protocols and Services: How Windows 2000 implements key RFC-compliant application protocols
Winner of a Merit Award at the Puget Sound Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC), January 2000.
Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 TCP/IP Protocols and Services Technical Reference
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