Daryl's TCP/IP Primer
by Daryl Banttari
Publisher: ipprimer.com 2010
Number of pages: 320
This document is designed to give the reader a reasonable working knowledge of TCP/IP subnetting, addressing, and routing. It is not intended to be complete, or to cover all issues. This is targeted toward LAN administrators just moving to TCP/IP, however it should help anyone who wants to know a little (more) about how TCP/IP works.
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