Tcp/Ip Network Administration : Help for Unix System Administrators (3 SUB)

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Tcp/Ip Network Administration : Help for Unix System Administrators (3 SUB)

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780596002978
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This complete guide to setting up and running a TCP/IP network is essential for network administrators, and invaluable for users of home systems that access the Internet. The book starts with the fundamentals -- what protocols do and how they work, how addresses and routing are used to move data through the network, how to set up your network connection -- and then covers, in detail, everything you need to know to exchange information via the Internet. Included are discussions on advanced routing protocols (RIPv2, OSPF, and BGP) and the gated software package that implements them, a tutorial on configuring important network services -- including DNS, Apache, sendmail, Samba, PPP, and DHCP -- as well as expanded chapters on troubleshooting and security. TCP/IP Network Administration is also a command and syntax reference for important packages such as gated, pppd, named, dhcpd, and sendmail.With coverage that includes Linux, Solaris, BSD, and System V TCP/IP implementations, the third edition contains: *Overview of TCP/IP *Delivering the data *Network services *Getting startedM *Basic configuration *Configuring the interface *Configuring routing *Configuring DNS *Configuring network servers *Configuring sendmail *Configuring Apache *Network security *Troubleshooting *Appendices include dip, ppd, and chat reference, a gated reference, a dhcpd reference, and a sendmail reference This new edition includes ways of configuring Samba to provide file and print sharing on networks that integrate Unix and Windows, and a new chapter is dedicated to the important task of configuring the Apache web server. Coverage of network security now includes details on OpenSSH, stunnel, gpg, iptables, and the access control mechanism in xinetd. Plus, the book offers updated information about DNS, including details on BIND 8 and BIND 9, the role of classless IP addressing and network prefixes, and the changing role of registrars.Without a doubt, TCP/IP Network Administration, 3rd Edition is a must-have for all network administrators and anyone who deals with a network that transmits data over the Internet.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Overview of TCP/IP 1 (23)
TCP/IP and the Internet 2 (4)
A Data Communications Model 6 (3)
TCP/IP Protocol Architecture 9 (2)
Network Access Layer 11 (1)
Internet Layer 12 (6)
Transport Layer 18 (4)
Application Layer 22 (1)
Summary 23 (1)
Delivering the Data 24 (27)
Addressing, Routing, and Multiplexing 24 (1)
The IP Address 25 (10)
Internet Routing Architecture 35 (2)
The Routing Table 37 (6)
Address Resolution 43 (1)
Protocols, Ports, and Sockets 44 (6)
Summary 50 (1)
Network Services 51 (33)
Names and Addresses 51 (1)
The Host Table 52 (2)
DNS 54 (8)
Mail Services 62 (13)
File and Print Servers 75 (1)
Configuration Servers 76 (6)
Summary 82 (2)
Getting Started 84 (24)
Connected and Non-Connected Networks 85 (1)
Basic Information 86 (11)
Planning Routing 97 (4)
Planning Naming Service 101(3)
Other Services 104(2)
Informing the Users 106(1)
Summary 107(1)
Basic Configuration 108(26)
Kernel Configuration 108(16)
Startup Files 124(5)
The Internet Daemon 129(3)
The Extended Internet Daemon 132(1)
Summary 133(1)
Configuring the Interface 134(36)
The ifconfig Command 134(16)
TCP/IP Over a Serial Line 150(3)
Installing PPP 153(16)
Summary 169(1)
Configuring Routing 170(35)
Common Routing Configurations 170(1)
The Minimal Routing Table 171(2)
Building a Static Routing Table 173(5)
Interior Routing Protocols 178(10)
Exterior Routing Protocols 188(3)
Gateway Routing Daemon 191(2)
Configuring gated 193(11)
Summary 204(1)
Configuring DNS 205(28)
BIND: Unix Name Service 205(2)
Configuring the Resolver 207(4)
Configuring named 211(17)
Using nslookup 228(4)
Summary 232(1)
Local Network Services 233(52)
The Network File System 233(19)
Sharing Unix Printers 252(7)
Using Samba to Share Resources with Windows 259(9)
Network Information Service 268(4)
DHCP 272(5)
Managing Distributed Servers 277(3)
Post Office Servers 280(3)
Summary 283(2)
sendmail 285(48)
sendmail's Function 285(1)
Running sendmail as a Daemon 286(2)
sendmail Aliases 288(2)
The sendmail.cf File 290(7)
sendmail.cf Configuration Language 297(12)
Rewriting the Mail Address 309(10)
Modifying a sendmail.cf File 319(4)
Testing sendmail.cf 323(9)
Summary 332(1)
Configuring Apache 333(48)
Installing Apache Software 334(4)
Configuring the Apache Server 338(3)
Understanding an httpd.conf File 341(20)
Web Server Security 361(17)
Managing Your Web Server 378(2)
Summary 380(1)
Network Security 381(54)
Security Planning 382(5)
User Authentication 387(15)
Application Security 402(2)
Security Monitoring 404(5)
Access Control 409(9)
Encryption 418(7)
Firewalls 425(8)
Words to the Wise 433(1)
Summary 434(1)
Troubleshooting TCP/IP 435(44)
Approaching a Problem 435(3)
Diagnostic Tools 438(2)
Testing Basic Connectivity 440(3)
Troubleshooting Network Access 443(7)
Checking Routing 450(6)
Checking Name Service 456(15)
Analyzing Protocol Problems 471(3)
Protocol Case Study 474(4)
Summary 478(1)
A. PPP Tools 479(24)
B. A gated Reference 503(45)
C. A named Reference 548(38)
D. A dhcpd Reference 586(13)
E. A sendmail Reference 599(62)
F. Solaris httpd.conf File 661(18)
G. RFC Excerpts 679(8)
Index 687