This category is for the protocols that are used in the Internet protocol suite, commonly known as the TCP/IP model, also known as the DoD model.
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- RFC Editor Collates Request For Comments documents. Explains the RFC process, and includes a searchable database of RFCs.
- Softpanorama University Bookshelf / TCP/IP books Critical reviews of several TCP/IP-related books. Recommendations for students.
- The Internet Companion Online version of the book "The Internet Companion". Explains the basics of communication on the Internet and the applications available.
- TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview Redbooks Technical Manuals from IBM. TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview
- TCP/IP introduction Yet another introduction to the TCP/IP Protocols.
- The Network Administrators' Guide Free electronic book in html format covering not only the TCP/IP protocols but also the configuration of most of the applications a network administrator must maintain.
- TCP/IP Frequently Asked Questions: Introduction and Fundamental Protocols TCP/IP Frequently Asked Questions.
- The Linux Network Administrators' Guide This manual, which is part of the Linux Documentation Project, contains a introduction to the TCP/IP protocols and covers various topics related to configuring networking services.
- IETF Internet Drafts List of documents organized by alphabetized subjects.
- Port Numbers and Services Database Well known port numbers for TCP and UDP, from Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).
- Internet Encyclopedia Overview of Internet protocols.
- The Internet Report A catalogue of Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) documents, including RFCs and Internet Drafts.
- Internet2 A consortium led by universities working in partnership with industry and government to develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow's Internet.
- The Kermit Project A protocol that transfers text and binary files without errors between diverse types of computers over potentially hostile communication links, and a suite of communications software programs; Columbia University.
- Data Network Resource Notes and tutorials on networking. Old and newer data network technologies are both covered.
- Active IETF Working Groups A directory of the Internet Engineering Task Force groups and their web pages.
- IPFS is the Distributed Web A peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open.