Paul Ferguson writes:
> > Being somewhat involved in networks, and having to man the post at the
> > internet gate, there are some ground rules I am looking for. The first
> > rule I would like to find is the RFC for TCP/IP. At first glance, it
> > appears to me that any security measure depends on the old 1's and 0's
> > and just where they are in the "stream of things." I've seen many
> > pretty pictures of the TCP/IP protocol, but am looking for a digest of
> > possible values and their descriptions.
> A good "starter" book is the O'Reilly & Associates "TCP/IP Network
> Administration" (ISBN 0-937175-82-X). Also, "Internetworking with
> TCP/IP, Principles, Protocols & Architecture" vols. I, II & III by
> Douglas E. Comer, published by Prentice Hall (ISBN 0-13-468505-9).
And please don't forget my favorite, 'TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume I',
by W. Richard Stevens 'Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series'.
Technical Support Specialist
Arizona Department of Transportation