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Internet Technologies Handbook: Optimizing the IP Network

ISBN: 978-0-471-48050-1
955 pages
April 2004
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  • A comprehensive reference that addresses the need for solid understanding of the operation of IP networks, plus optimization and management techniques to keep those networks running at peak performance
  • Uniquely distinguished from other books on IP networks, as it focuses on operation and management support, and is not just another treatise on protocol theory
  • Includes many practical case studies as further illustration of the concepts discussed
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Preface.

PART I: INTRODUCTION.

Chapter 1. The Challenge of the Internet.

PART II: PACKET TRANSPORT.

Chapter 2. Analyzing the IP Network.

Chapter 3. Datagram Addressing and Delivery.

Chapter 4. Routing and Intranetwork Communication.

Chapter 5. End-to End Reliability.

Chapter 6. The Next Generation: IPv6.

Chapter 7. Case Studies in Packet Transport.

PART III: APPLICATION SUPPORT.

Chapter 8. Data Transport.

Chapter 9. Converged Networks and Multimedia Transport.

Chapter 10. Case Studies in Application Support.

PART IV: NETWORK AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT.

Chapter 11. Network Management Architectures.

Chapter 12. Network Management System Components.

Chapter 13. Case Studies in Network and Performance Management.

PART V: REFERENCE APPENDICES.

Appendix A: Acronyms and Abbreviations.

Appendix B: Sources of Internet Information.

Appendix C: Addresses of Standards Organizations.

Appendix D: Trademarks.

Index.

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MARK A. MILLER, P.E., is President of DigiNet Corporation, a Denver-based consulting engineering firm providing services in internetwork design, strategic planning, network management, and new product development. The author of the IP Library series of books (Wiley), Mr. Miller is a frequent presenter at industry events and has taught at the ComNet, Internet Telecom Expo, Networld+Interop, Comdex, and other conferences. He holds BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering and is a registered professional engineer in four states.
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