Data Communications and Networking, 3/e
Behrouz A Forouzan, DeAnza College
- Chapter 12 Inter procedural Analysis
- The third edition is organized according to the Internet Model and spends more time covering TCP/IP topics.
- Optional sections containing select algorithms have been added, giving instructors a choice on how much math they would like to cover.
- TCP/IP coverage has been expanded for the third edition.
- Coverage of network security issues, an increasingly important area, has been expanded and updated for the third edition. The book now includes four current chapters on security.
- Material has been completely updated to reflect the most recent networking technologies such as bluetooth, wireless, new satellite information, and updated security material.
- The book teaches data communications and networking to students without requring heavy technical background while still providing challenges to more experienced students.
- More than 700 figures provide complete, visual presentation of the material.
- Many examples have been developed in each chapter to demonstrate the concepts.
- An On-line Learning Center is available to provide extra material to both students and instructors. Some features of the on-line learning center include: PowerPoint Slides, Solutions, Automated Self-Tests, and Animated Figures. Summaries at the end of each chapter emphasize the key points.
- The practice set includes and extensive number of review questions, multiple choice questions, and extended exercises.
Part I: Introduction
Chapter 2: Network Models
Chapter 4: Digital Transmissions
Chapter 5: Analog Transmissions
Chapter 6: Multiplexing
Chapter 7: Transmission Media
Chapter 8: Circuit Switching and Telephone Network
Chapter 9: High Speed Digital Access: DSL, Cable Modems and SONET
Chapter 11: Data Link Control and Protocols
Chapter 12: Point to Point Access: PPP
Chapter 13: Multiple Access
Chapter 14: Local Area Networks: Ethernet
Chapter 15: Wireless LANs
Chapter 16: Connecting LANs, Backbone Networks, and Virtual LANs
Chapter 17: Cellular Telephone and Satellite Networks
Chapter 18: Virtual Circuit Switching, Frame Relay, and ATM
Chapter 20: Network Layer Protocols: ARP, IPv4, ICMP, IPv6, and ICMPv6
Chapter 21: Unicast and Multicast Routers: Routing Protocols
Chapter 23: Congestion Control and Quality of Service
Chapter 25: Domain Name Service (DNS)
Chapter 26: Electronic Mail (SMTP) and File Transfer (FTP)
Chapter 27: HTTP and WWW
Chapter 28: Multimedia
Chapter 30: Message Security, User Authentication and Key Management
Chapter 31: Security Protocols in the Internet
Appendix B Numbering Systems and Transformation
Appendix C The OSI Model
Appendix D 8B/6T Code
Appendix E Checksum Calculation
Appendix F Structure of a Router
Appendix G ATM LANs
Appendix H Client Server Programs
Appendix I RFCs
Appendix J UDP and TCP Ports
Appendix K Contact Addresses