Guide to IP Layer Network Administration with Linux
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This guide provides an overview of many of the tools available for IP network administration of the linux operating system, kernels in the 2.2 and 2.4 series. It covers Ethernet, ARP, IP routing, NAT, and other topics central to the management of IP networks.
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