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#1 2013-03-29 11:39 PM

RipRage
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Low level network programming

Hi Guys

Can anyone recommend any good books on programming at the transport, network, and data link layers ?

Thanks in advance!

Edit: TCP/IP Illustrated series ?

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#2 2013-03-30 04:01 PM

RobSeace
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#3 2013-04-01 09:34 PM

RipRage
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Re: Low level network programming

Well, I have started reading volume two of TCP/IP illustrated, it complements the cisco materials I am studying at uni well, of course the book goes in to a lot more detail! In fact I find it more interesting than Cisco's material, but I suppose that's down to cisco being more network administrator rather than developer, but overall a very  interesting book, especially how logical link control is implemented but the Code is hard to grok at my self taught level :-( is the implementation based in this book much different to modern day Linux systems ?

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#4 2013-04-02 12:17 PM

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