Information About TCP/IP Port Assignments
Microsoft TechNet Article Q174904. This article provides information about port assignments for various TCP/IP ports. This was previously documented in RFC 1700. The assignments are now listed as living documents, constantly updated and revised when
new information is available and new assignments are made. The specific location of the port numbers list is now available at the following Web site:
Introduction to the Internet Protocols
A nice introduction to the Internet networking protocols (TCP/IP), includes brief descriptions of the major protocols in TCP/IP. Source: Computer Science Facilities Group at Rutgers
Introduction to IP Version 6
This paper provides a foundation of Internet standards-based IPv6 concepts and is intended for network engineers and support professionals who are already familiar with basic networking concepts and TCP/IP.
Source: Microsoft.com (Updated June 10, 2000)
IP Addressing Fundamentals
A basic tutorial on IP address classes and subnet masking. Source WRQ
LAN and WAN Subnetworks Under IP - Lan Interconnection
This excerpt from IP Fundamentals includes the Part II introduction, which is an overview of LAN and WAN subnetworks under IP. Also provided is Chapter 6, in which LAN subnetwork technologies will be described. Source: Microsoft.com
Planning for TCP/IP Implementation
Brief overview by Ron Nutter that will guide you through the steps of planning for TCP/IP use on your network. Source: Microsoft.com (Jan 12, 2000)
Practical Subnet Design
Article on the reasons for subnetting and laying the TCP/IP groundwork. Source: Windows NT Systems
Requests for comments searchable archive, from the Information Sciences Institute.
Segmenting Your Network
Use the following tips and techniques to properly segment your network and maximize the benefits of performance tuning your systems. Source: Microsoft.com
Subnet Reference Guide
A must have subnetting table, from ntadmintools.
Sample Chapter from MCSE - Internetworking with Microsoft TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0. The chapter takes a look at the TCP/IP protocol stack to help understand how TCP/IP functions in the network, and looks at the Department Of Defense (DoD) protocol layers and the Open
Systems Interconnect (OSI) model. Also discusses the protocols that comprise the TCP/IP suite of protocols and look at some TCP/IP configuration and troubleshooting information.
TCP/IP from a Security Standpoint
Sample Chapter 3 from Firewalls, 24 seven, published by Sybex, Inc. If you are reading this book, you presumably have a good understanding of how computers work and you have a working knowledge of
how to use Internet tools such as Web browsers, Telnet, and e-mail. You might not, however, know just how your computer connects to other computers and downloads Web pages, exchanges e-mail, or establishes a Telnet session. This chapter will give you a better idea of what is going on
behind the scenes.
TCP/IP Implementation Details for Windows 2000
Downloadable whitepaper in Word format that describes how TCP/IP is implemented in the Windows© 2000 operating system and examines the TCP/IP protocol suite from the bottom up. Throughout the paper, network traces are used to illustrate key concepts. These traces were
gathered and formatted using Microsoft Network Monitor, a software-based protocol tracing and analysis tool included in the Microsoft Systems Management Server product. This paper is intended for network engineers and support professionals who are already familiar with TCP/IP.
TCP/IP Routing Basics for Windows NT
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 140859 which discusses the Windows NT Routing Table on a single-homed machine and multihomed Windows NT Router with and without Multi Protocol Router (MPR). This background information will help with troubleshooting related to TCP/IP.
TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview
A informative paper covering the Internet, architecture, routing and application protocols. Source: IBM
The Basics of TCP/IP and IPX Routing
A helpful guide explaining IP addressing, subnetting and routing. Source: Sangoma.com
Understanding TCP/IP Addressing and Subnetting Basics
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 164015 - When you configure the TCP/IP protocol on a Microsoft Windows computer, an IP address, subnet mask, and usually a default gateway are required in the TCP/IP configuration settings. (updated 9/23/1999)
Windows 2000 TCP/IP Implementation Details TCP/IP Protocol Stack & Services
This white paper describes the Microsoft© Windows? 2000
operating system TCP/IP implementation details, and is a
supplement to the Microsoft Windows 2000 TCP/IP manuals.
The Microsoft TCP/IP protocol suite is examined from the bottom
up. Throughout the paper, network traces are used to illustrate
key concepts. These traces were gathered and formatted using
Microsoft Network Monitor, a software-based protocol tracing and
analysis tool included in the Microsoft Systems Management
Server product. The intended audience for this paper is network
engineers and support professionals who are already familiar
with TCP/IP. Source: Microsoft.com (Posted January