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Category: TCP/IP

06/15/07

Permalink 10:33:02 am, by lano1106, 140 words, 562 views   English (CA)
Categories: TCP/IP, TCP/IP

Internetworking with TCP/IP volume 1

Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol 1 (5th Edition), Douglas E Comer, ISBN: 0131876716

This book describe the TCP/IP family protocols. Of course, there is so much to say that in the limited space that a book can offer that I would say that the book presents only a quick overview of the protocols. Fortunately, at the end of each chapter, there are pointers on the relevant RFCs for the discussed topic in that chapter. My next statement is an impression and not a proven fact but by having read the first edition a long time ago, I have the impression that some details have been removed in this edition in favor of a better coverage of more new protocols. That being said, the information contained in the book is extremely accurate and the book is very useful when analyzing the output of a packet sniffer such as WireShark (previously known as Ethereal).

06/14/07

Permalink 12:42:32 pm, by lano1106, 68 words, 1150 views   English (CA)
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ACE framework reference books

The ACE Programmer's Guide: Practical Design Patterns for Network and Systems Programming, Stephen D. Huston, James CE Johnson, Umar Syyid, ISBN: 0201699710C++ Network Programming, Vol. 1: Mastering Complexity with ACE and Patterns, Douglas C. Schmidt, Stephen D. Huston, ISBN: 0201604647C++ Network Programming, Volume 2: Systematic Reuse with ACE and Frameworks, Douglas C. Schmidt, Stephen D. Huston, ISBN: 0201795256

I am a big fan of the ACE framework. ACE is an open source C++ framework to develop networked applications and offers a free CORBA implementation. Once you have mastered the TCP/IP protocols and are ready to develop networked applications, this framework makes the development a breeze. However, due to its intimidating size you are much better to learn how to use this framework through these books.

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