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TCP/IP Frequently Asked Questions
Table of Contents
This is the Table of Contents for the Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQ) list for the comp.protocols.tcp-ip
Usenet newsgroup. The FAQ provides answers to a selection of common
questions on the various protocols (IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP and others)
that make up the TCP/IP protocol suite. It is posted to the news.answers, comp.answers
newsgroups on or about the first Friday of every month.
The FAQ is posted in two parts. Part 1 contains answers to
general questions and questions that concern the fundamental components
of the suite. Part 2 contains answers to questions concerning
common applications that depend on the TCP/IP suite for their
Comments on this document can be emailed to the FAQ maintainer
FAQ Part 1: Introduction and Fundamental Protocols
- Where can I find an up-to-date
copy of this FAQ?
- Who wrote this FAQ?
- What is TCP/IP?
- How is TCP/IP defined?
- Where can I find RFC's?
- How do I find the right RFC?
- What is IP?
- How is IP carried on a network?
- Does IP Protect Data on the
- What is ARP?
- What is IPv6?
- What happened to IPv5?
- What is the 6bone?
- What is the MBONE?
- What is IPsec?
- What is TCP?
- How does TCP try to avoid
- How do applications coexist over
TCP and UDP?
- Where do I find assigned port
- What is UDP?
- What is ICMP?
- How can I measure the performance
of an IP link?
- What IP addresses should I
assign to machines on a private internet?
- Can I set up a gateway to the
Internet that translates IP addresses, so that I don't have to
change all our internal addresses to an official network?
- Can I use a single bit subnet?
- Where can I find TCP/IP
- Where can I find TCP/IP application
- Where can I find IPv6 source
- What newsgroups deal with
- Are there any good books on TCP/IP?
FAQ Part 2 -- Applications and Application Programming
- X Window System
- What are sockets?
- How can I detect that
the other end of a TCP connection has crashed?
- Can TCP keepalive timeouts
- Are there object-oriented network
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and the various FAQ contributors. Any resemblance to the opinions
of the FAQ maintainer's employer is entirely coincidental.
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