TCP/IP Learning Resources
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TCP/IP Learning Resources
Understanding the fundementals of the internet and networks around us can prove useful in many cases. Such as systems administration, other areas or if you're simply genuinely interested. Here's some good reading material.

Website/Online Resource: http://www.ipprimer.com/#/

Ebooks:
TCP_IP.zip / tcip.doc: https://mega.nz/#!ZspykJaA!p67-KJfWV7EbS...CTJXPnYUZs
tcp_ip_illustrated_volume_1_the_protocols_2nd_edit.pdf: https://mega.nz/#!YwwFWLpD!7b_U0rlX7GulN...4UbbKAxb2Y
Teach_Yourself_TCP-IP_in_14_Days.zip: https://mega.nz/#!11AlUBya!4NdCIkNQUhtDa...36d2ujLpKQ
Computer Networks: A Systems Approach: http://it.mesce.ac.in/downloads/computer...dition.pdf

Other Ebooks (DNS):
Dns in Action A Detailed and Practical Guide to Dns.pdf: https://mega.nz/#!JkBkkLjA!x_AFQTkQEaGWX...N_-8wSyFFU
O'Reilly DNS on Windows 2000.pdf: https://mega.nz/#!h9AGhCbK!Xp42ETUyKrJmo...bQJYXtcwxw

Links are down, books reuploaded to Tor. See:

http://ytxmrc3pcbv5464e.onion/files/Infosec/TCP_IP/
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Thank you! I'll definitely be taking a look at the O'Reilly book. Computer Networks: A Systems Approach is my favorite book on this topic though. It is deep and intense. It covers almost everything related to networking and I consider it a goldmine. http://it.mesce.ac.in/downloads/computer...dition.pdf
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(05-23-2016, 04:34 PM)Starfall Wrote: Thank you! I'll definitely be taking a look at the O'Reilly book. Computer Networks: A Systems Approach is my favorite book on this topic though. It is deep and intense. It covers almost everything related to networking and I consider it a goldmine. http://it.mesce.ac.in/downloads/computer...dition.pdf

No problem and thanks for the contribution! I added the ebook to the original post now as well.
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#4
Really appreciate this Insider. Is definitely going to help me along my way.
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#5
Great resources, many thanks for this!
Was looking on something that described these in depth a while ago!
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Added networking books to tor mirror.
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#7
GNS3 is a great way to work on the practical side. If people are interested I will set up a tutorial in how to use GNS3 with Dynamips and IOL (though I will not provide an IOL image) on these forums.

However, there are plenty of other tutorials elsewhere... not sure if it's worth it.

GNS3 also costs nothing, other than making an account on their website.
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(02-26-2017, 08:05 PM)VenAAX Wrote: GNS3 is a great way to work on the practical side. If people are interested I will set up a tutorial in how to use GNS3 with Dynamips and IOL (though I will not provide an IOL image) on these forums.

However, there are plenty of other tutorials elsewhere... not sure if it's worth it.

GNS3 also costs nothing, other than making an account on their website.

Personally my networking knowledge is limited and I am not very familiar with graphical network emulation, so as far as I am concerned I would definitely be interested in reading a tutorial to get started on expanding my skill set with GNS3, Dynamips and IOL .
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This is a good addition: http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Internetworking_Basics (not an ebook, but briefly describes the OSI model.)
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#10
Not even one link is active !! re-upload
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