Internetworking with TCP/IP Volume One (6th Edition) [Douglas E. Comer] on usaascvb.info The accuracy and insight of Dr. Comer's books reflect his extensive. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Dr. Douglas Comer, Distinguished Professor of Computer . A must have book for anyone looking to dive into the nuances of TCP/IP. It's highly readable, digestable, and makes the complexities of the. By Douglas E. Comer - Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume 1: 5th (fifth) Edition Browse our editors' picks for the best books of the month in fiction, nonfiction.
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Hardcover Verified download. I can't tell you about this book personally as it is about a world I know little about. So I got it for him as a gift. He is very happy with it! Who would have thought programmers and such, with their lives on the computer, would still have use for books like this. It isn't a small book either. Several pages are missing as shown in the attached photos.
From page it goes directly to page The last sections of the TCP chapter are missing, the whole chapter 12 is missing as well as the majority of chapter At another point, the chapters are messed up and from page it goes back to the UDP chapter, as shown in the attached picture.
This is really not acceptable. Watch out for missing pages from page to The publisher just skip pages to It's highly readable, digestable, and makes the complexities of the protocol suite accessible to practically anyone.
A permanent part of my CCIE reference library. As an engineer who has had to read countless technical books, this is by far one of the best written technical books I have had the pleasure of reading.
The material is clearly written and provides a logical progression that allows someone with minimal networking background to get up to speed very quickly on the inner workings of the internet. This reads pretty heavily, as it is a college textbook.
That said I found the illustrations to be extremely helpful and the technical difficulty of the material appropriate for the level we were at. This is the one feature of this book that I value the most. Level of technical detail in networking is overwhelming, but Comer carefully picked details necessary to keep the steam up. Every chapter starts with very brief introduction, mainly serving as a motivation for the chapter, followed by lengthy discussion of technical details, and finally ending with a short summary, pointers to other sources RFCs, books, and articles and wealth of exercises.
Significant share of exercises in the book is relying on external sources, which can be seen as motivation for further reading. Answers to some of the exercises can be derived directly from the text, but there are many exercises discussional in nature.
Those I liked the most. Caveat lector: To conclude this review, I couldn't recommend this book more. It is the perfect first book on networking for anyone willing to invest some decent hours in it.
A detailed look at the transport of the Internet. As one who spent days configuring an NT server into a multihomed host using subnetting, a lot of the information is already known, but would be a good introduction for a technical minded person who can resist the urge to sleep. Starts out with obligatory origins of the net, thru dotted decimal notation, etc.
Would be a good textbook fo A detailed look at the transport of the Internet. Would be a good textbook for a course. Sep 02, K. Abinaya marked it as to-read. May 23, Luis marked it as to-read Shelves: Great book but only read half of it.
Jan 28, Josh Readmore rated it it was amazing. Aug 27, Natalie rated it it was amazing. This is a classic! Sep 23, Jared rated it it was ok Shelves: The content is okay, but the explanations are rather unclear. I've read much better. And it's sadly out of date. Here , better than ever , is the fifth edition of a landmark book , the book that signaled the coming of age of the Internet.
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