High Performance TCP/IP Networking: Concepts, Issues, and Solutions

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Mahbub Hassan, Raj Jain
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - Computers - 383 pages
Written by best selling author, Raj Jain, and his authoritative co-author, this book features leading edge issues and solutions for high performance TCP/IP networking, this easy-to-read book provides a one-stop-shop for coverage of the many changes to the TCP protocol over the last two decades and all important research results. Professionals can keep themselves up-to-date with advances in this area and learn many potential performance problems and solutions for running TCP/IP in the emerging networking environment. An international expert in the field captures state of the art topics in each chapter in the five-part organization. Part I introduces the scope of the book, Part II provides detailed coverage of the tools and techniques for performance evaluation of TCP/IP networks, Part III examines the performance concepts and issues for running TCP/IP in the emerging network environment, Part IV discusses congestion control, and Part V explores the performance issues in implementing TCP/IP in the end system. For network engineers, R&D managers, research scientists, and network administrators.

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Contents

Introduction
1
TCPIP Fundamentals
12
Performance Measurement of TCPIP Networks
32
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Dr. Mabub Hassan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, where he directs advanced research and development activities in the Network Research Laboratory. He received a Ph.D. from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

Raj Jain is a Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Nayna Networks, Inc. an optical systems company in Milpitas, CA. He is currently on a leave of absence From Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where he is a professor of computer and Information Sciences.

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