Linux TCP/IP Network Administration offers a comprehensive tutorial on the fundamentals of Linux TCP/IP networking for new and intermediate-level network administrators, detailed coverage of advanced topics for experienced administrators, and comprehensive reference material on the entire TCP/IP protocol stack for all Linux professionals. Long-time Linux netadmin Scott Mann covers the Linux TCP/IP protocol stack from bottom to top, offering practical, up-to-date guidance for implementing, managing, and troubleshooting any TCP/IP network or application. Linux TCP/IP Network Administration includes detailed coverage of routing, routing table management daemons such as RIPv2 and OSPF, as well as new routing policy and traffic control capabilities available through iproute2. Mann also walks through implementing, securing, and troubleshooting each major network application, including DNS, NIS, LDAP, DHCP, NFS, sendmail, NFS, and Samba.
Author: Scott Mann