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  • Beej's Guide to Unix Network Programming (Brian Hall)

    The Guide is designed to irreverently ease your first steps into Internet Sockets programming in C. Starting from the ground up, it provides complete examples of simple clients and servers supporting both IPv6 and IPv4.

  • Linux Networking (Paul Cobbaut)

    This book covers everything you need to know to perform your job as a Linux network administrator, whether you're new to the job or have years of experience. You'll dive straight into the gnarly hands-on work of building and maintaining a computer network.

  • O'Reilly® Linux Network Administrator's Guide, 2nd Edition

    This book spells out all the information needed for joining a network, whether it's a simple UUCP connection or a full LAN with a Linux system serving as a firewall, an NFS or NIS file server, and a mail and news hub.

  • The Linux Networking Architecture: Design and Implementation

    This unique Linux networking tutorial/reference by experts provides readers with a practical overview and understanding of the implementation of networking protocols in the Linux kernel.

  • TCP/IP Illustrated, Vol. 1: The Protocols (W. Richard Stevens)

    This an excellent text that provides encyclopedic coverage of the TCP/IP protocol suite. What sets this book apart from others on this subject is the fact that the author supplements all of the discussion with data collected via diagnostic programs.

  • Linux IP Networking (Glenn Herrin)

    This book is a guide to understanding how the Linux kernel implements networking protocols, focused primarily on the Internet Protocol (IP). It is intended as a complete reference for experimenters with overviews, walk-throughs, and examples.

  • Linux Packet Filtering and iptables (Oskar Andreasson)

    This document describes how to use iptables to filter out bad packets for the Linux kernels. It is assumed you know what an IP address, a network address, a netmask, routing and DNS are.

  • Programming UNIX Sockets in C - Frequently Asked Questions

    This is a list of frequently asked questions, with answers about programming TCP/IP applications in UNIC with the sockets interface - you'll have experience of working with client-server applications, and be able to implement new network programs in C.

  • UNIX Network Programming with TCP/IP (Alan Dix)

    This book describes describes the fundamental concepts of client-server computing used to build all distributed computing systems, and presents an in-depth guide to the Posix sockets standard utilized by UNIX and other operating systems.

  • Linux Network Howto (Neil Gunton)

    This book is an outgrowth of the original NET-FAQ, written by Matt Welsh and Terry Dawson. It covered the very early development versions of the Linux Networking Kernel, details important networking issues when using the popular Linux operating system.

  • Linux Home Networking (Neil Gunton)

    Connect the Linux computer to your home network. Physically connect the Linux server to your network by connecting an Ethernet cable between the network. It describes in detail how to set up and manage a TCP/IP network using the tools available.

  • Linux Network Administrator's Guide, 1st Edition (Olaf Kirch)

    This book details all the tasks associated with e-mail setup and maintenance, news group setup, and essential network applications such as rcp and rlogin. It also tells you where to find more detailed information on the Internet.

  • Introduction to Socket Programming (Reg Quinton, et al)

    These course notes are directed at Unix application programmers who want to develop client/server applications in the TCP/IP domain (with some hints for those who want to write UDP/IP applications).

  • Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker

    This book gives invaluable advice and practical tools for protecting our computers. Learn how to plan and execute a security strategy that will thwart the most determined and sophisticated of hackers, while still allowing your easy access to Internet services.

  • Internet Daemons: Digital Communications Possessed

    This book weaves together history, theory, and policy to give a full account of where daemons come from and how they influence our lives - including their role in hot-button issues like network neutrality.

  • The Networking CD Bookshelf, Version 2.0 - 7 Bestselling Books

    There are seven best-selling TCP/IP networking guides packed. It references and tutorials -- fully searchable and cross-referenced, so you can search either the individual index for each book or the master index for the entire collection.

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