The Good, The Bad and TCP/IP

2.0 June 7, 2004 Extensive rewrite of version 1.0 of The TCP/IP Guide. To differentiate between successive revisions of the Guide, I use a version numbering system; the version number of the Guide is displayed in the footer of each page of the document. The cost and the security risks associated with hosting my own card processing had become unacceptable, and the use of PayPal is pretty universal at this point. Questions About The Guide or Site: Feel free to send me questions that pertain directly to the use of The TCP/IP Guide or this Web site, but please first check the site’s frequently asked questions (FAQ). Since I initially wrote The PC Guide in 1997, I have repeatedly asked people not to send me technical questions, but they keep doing it. The Guide was thoroughly reviewed by two TCP/IP experts and numerous technical errors and clarity problems were addressed.

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The fact that the Guide is self-published in electronic form allows it to be updated much more often than is possible with a printed book. User-Selectable Detail: Most of the sections of The TCP/IP Guide include both an overview topic that provides a high-level look at a protocol or concept, and a fully-detailed section for those who want to delve into the subject more deeply. These include low cost, instant download (when purchasing over the Internet), portability, scalability, hyperlinking, searching and more. Extensive Coverage: The TCP/IP Guide is over 1,600 pages in length, and covers dozens of different TCP/IP protocols and technologies. Thousands of Cross-Topic Hyperlinks: In addition to the links mentioned just above, there are over 3,000 hyperlinks between topics. I would also appreciate it if those who are using the Guide extensively for commercial purposes would license it. Those who purchase premium plan bundles give the app money.

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