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Mightygreen wrote: I have been looking for books on TCP/IP protocols that are informative and easy to understand, but cover enough on the subject so that I have a firm grasp on it by the end.
Mightygreen wrote:Okay thank you, I'll check out the two TCP/IP books, and I'll be sure to look at the Wireshark one, have played around with wireshark but due to lack of knowledge on the subject it is very confusing.
unicityd wrote:I loved the original TCP/IP Illustrated volume I, but it is dated now. The new edition, which m0wgli linked to, has been updated quite a bit but the work was done by a new author and I don't know how well it holds up to Stevens' original.
The TCP/IP Guide is awesome and I used it pretty frequently in my last job. But, I'd already read TCP/IP Illustrated a couple of times so I just used the TCP/IP Guide as a reference. Has anyone here tried using it as a first introduction to TCP/IP? How did it hold up? Was it an easy read? Difficult?
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