by Rahul Banerjee
Publisher: Prentice-Hall of India 2004
Number of pages: 219
Designed as an advanced text on internetworking technologies for senior undergraduate/graduate students of computer science, this unique book provides an introduction to the key concepts related to front line areas of interwork specific research and development. The book focuses on IPv6 and design and implementations issues specific to the next generation internetworking using it.
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