This third edition represents another major upgrade.But it has not lost track of its larger goal, to tell you not only the facts but the why behind the facts.What this book will teach you in today's networked world will give the insight needed to work in tomorrow's landscape.
-From the Foreword by David Clark, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
In this new edition of their classic and bestselling textbook, authors Larry Peterson and Bruce Davie continue to emphasize why networks work the way they do. Their "system approach" treats the network as a system composed of interrelated building blocks (as opposed to strict layers), giving students and professionals the best possible conceptual foundation on which to understand current networking technologies, as well as the new ones that will quickly take their place.
Incorporating instructor and user feedback, this edition has also been fully updated and includes all-new material on MPLS and switching, wireless and mobile technology, peer-to-peer networks, Ipv6, overlay and content distribution networks, and more. As in the past, all instruction is rigorously framed by problem statements and supported by specific protocol references, C-code examples, and thought-provoking end-of-chapter exercises.
New to the edition is a downloadable network stimulation lab manual that allows students to visualize and experiment with core networking technologies in direct coordination with the book's discussion. Thanks to this and many other enhancements, Computer Networks: A Systems Approach remains an essential resource for a successful classroom experience and a rewarding career in networking.
Third Edition --Written by an author team with over thirty years of first-hand experience in networking research, development, and teaching--two leaders in the work of defining and implementing many of the protocols discussed in the book.
--Includes all-new coverage and updated material on MPLS and switching, wireless and mobile technology, peer-to-peer networks, Ipv6, overlay and content distribution networks, VPNs, IP-Telephony, network security, and multimedia communications (SIP, SDP).
--Additional and earlier focus on applications in this edition makes core protocols more accessible and more meaningful to readers already familiar with networked applications.
--Features chapter-framing statements, over 400 end-of-chapter exercises, example exercises(with solutions), shaded sidebars covering advanced topics, web resources and other proven pedagogical features.
--Through a companion Web site (see button on this website), provides many additional resources, including a downloadable network simulation lab manual tightly integrated with the topics in the book.
- Describes the principles and practical implementation of computer networks as distilled by two authors with over thirty years of experience in networking research, development, and teaching.
- Includes all-new coverage and updated material on MPLS and switching, wireless and mobile technology, peer-to-peer networks, Ipv6, overlay and content distribution networks, VPNs, IP-Telephony, network security, and multimedia communications (SIP, SDP).
- Companion "Network Simulation Experiments Manual" available with purchase of book (or can be purchased separately). The manual contains network simulation experiments that are tied closely with the contents of the book and a special academic version of the award-winning OPNET simulation software is available for download. See web site at http://booksite.mkp.com/Aboelela
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Larry L. Peterson is a Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. He has been involved in the design and evaluation of several network protocols, as well as the x-kernel and Scout operating systems. He is Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, has served on program committees for SOSP, SIGCOMM, OSDI, and ASPLOS, and is a member of the Internet's End-to-End Research Group.
Bruce Davie joined Cisco Systems in 1995, and was awarded recognition as a Cisco Fellow in 1998. He leads an architecture group with responsibility for the development of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and Quality of Service (QoS) capabilities for IP networks. He has more than 15 years of networking and communications industry experience. Some of his most prominent contributions to the industry include authoring numerous books, RFCs, journal articles, and conference papers on IP networking. He is also an active participant in both the Internet Engineering Task Force and the Internet Research Task Force, and is a senior member of the IEEE. Prior to joining Cisco, Bruce worked at Bell Communications Research (Bellcore) and led a number of networking research projects as director of internetworking research and chief scientist. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Edinburgh University and a B.E. from the University of Melbourne.
Computer Networks: A Systems Approach (Morgan Kaufmann), numerous journal articles, eleven RFCs, conference papers, and invited book chapters, Davie is an active participant of the IRTF and the IETF.
1.3 Network Architecture
1.4 Implementing Network Software
2 Direct Link Networks
2.1 Hardware Building Blocks
2.2 Encoding (NRZ, NRZI, Manchester, 4B/5B)
2.4 Error Detection
2.5 Reliable Transmission
2.6 Ethernet (802.3)
2.7 Token Rings (802.5, FDDI)
2.8 Wireless (802.11)
2.9 Network Adaptors
3 Packet Switching
3.1 Switching and Forwarding
3.2 Bridges and LAN Switches
3.3 Cell Switching (ATM)
3.4 Implementation and Performance
4.1 Simple Internetworking (IP)
4.3 Global Internet
4.5 Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
5 End-to-End Protocols
5.2 Reliable Byte Stream (TCP)
5.3 Remote Procedure Call
6 Congestion Control and Resource Allocation
6.1 Issues in Resource Allocation
6.2 Queuing Disciplines
6.3 TCP Congestion Control
6.4 Congestion-Avoidance Mechanisms
6.5 Quality of Service
7 End-to-End Data
7.1 Presentation Formatting
8 Network Security
8.1 Cryptographic Algorithms
8.2 Security Mechanisms
8.3 Example Systems
9.1 Name Service (DNS)
9.2 Traditional Applications
9.3 Multimedia Applications
9.4 Overlay Networks
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