A vital on-the-job resource for network administrators, this book/CD-ROM package explains how TCP/IP really works, how the individual protocols interact, and how to find the pieces that show what is going on in each packet of data. The CD features hard-to-find protocol analysis of tools, complete files of data collected from working networks, and requests for comments (RFC).

Hands-On TCP/IP 1997, McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780079126405

Revised edition

Trade paperback