Kurose and Ross's Computer Networking has been the go-to text for students of computer science and electrical engineering for two decades. It was the first of its kind to approach the subject from a top-down perspective, introducing a new pedagogical approach, and has continued to incorporate new information as the field of networking has matured. The eighth edition of Computer Networking carries forward that tradition with its top-down approach, its focus on the Internet, its modern treatment of computer networking, its attention to both principles and practice, and its accessible style - all with a fresh and timely approach to the subject.
New to this edition
- 4G and 5G networks: This new edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the fast-accelerating growth and use of the Internet and to present a broader and deeper treatment of present-day 4G LTE networks and upcoming 5G networks.
- New Web protocols: The chapter on the application layer now includes the new HTTP/2 and HTTP/3 protocols for the Web.
- Transport-layer congestion control and error-control protocols: This edition provides deeper coverage of TCP CUBIC, examines delay-based approaches to congestion control (inlcuding the new BBR protocol deployed in Google's backbone network), and studies the QUIC protocol, which is being incorporated into the HTTP/3 standard.
- SDN evolution: This edition incorporated updated information on software-defined networking (SDN), reflecting its growing role, which has evolved beyond management of packet-forwarding tables to include configuration management of network devices.
- New treatment of network management: Two new protocols, NETCONF and YANG, whose adoption and use have fueled a new approach toward network management, have both been introduced in this edition.
- Latest developments in wireless network security: Information on WPA3 security in WLANs and on confidentiality and mutual device-network authentication in 4G/5G networks has been incorporated into this edition.
- Updated coverage of mobility issues: This edition covers global issues, like identity managemnt and mobile device roaming among different global cellular networks, as well as local issues, such as the handover of mobile devices between base stations.
James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross
Boston, Pearson Education
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