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Internet System Handbook

   by Marshall T. Rose / Daniel C. Lynch

    Addison-Wesley Professional
    01 November, 1992


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Editorial description(s):

From Book News, Inc.
Provides, for all professionals--engineers, managers, administrators--working with the Internet system, the most important and useful technical information about the system. With contributions from specialists and pioneers in each aspect of the Internet's underlying technology, the handbook both describes the system and furnishes insight into its use. The final chapter is an annotated bibliography on the most important publications on the subject. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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Reader review(s):

a fair book, just outdated, December 23, 2002
i picked this up because it was on clearance and at the time (a grad student) i couldn't afford stevens. i'm glad i did, it covers a lot of the internet protocol background you'll need to do any serious research. however, it really lacks any of the depth in most places that you'll find in stevens or comers. i still refer to some of it, but frankly a lot of the background material is out of date and covered better elsewhere.

probably reccomended for people who can pick it up on the cheap or want a fair overview. i'm glad i read it, but i have better ones on my shelf.

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