20 Client-Server Model Of Interaction

20.1 Introduction

Previous chapters present the details of TCP/IP technology, including the protocols that provide basic services and protocols that routers use to propagate routing information. Now that we understand the basic technology, we turn to the question of how application programs profit from the cooperative use of the TCP/IP protocols and the global Internet. While the ...

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