978-81-8487-095-4 Publication Year: 2011
Pages: 340 Binding: Paper Back
About the book
AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKS is a comprehensive text book which is focused and designed to elaborate the technical contents in the light of TCP/IP reference model exploring both digital and analog data communication. Various communication protocols of different layers are discussed along with their pseudo-code. This book covers the detailed and practical information about the network layer alongwith information about IP including IPV6, OSPF, and internet multicasting. It also covers TCP congestion control and emphasizes on the basic principles of fundamental importance concerning the technology and architecture and provides detailed discussion of leading edge topics of data communication, LAN & Network Layer.
• Examples of physical & network layer to produce better understanding
Preface / Introduction / Physical Layer (Data Communication) / Physical Layer (Contd…) / Data Link Layer (Error Detection and Correction) / LAN (Local Area Network) / The Medium Access Control Sublayer / Network Layer / Network Layer (Contd...) / Transport Layer (Process to Process Deliver by UDP & TCP) / Appendix / Bibliography / Index.