Advanced Linux Networking
by Roderick W. Smith: written for administrators of small and mid-sized networks, this guide describes advanced and unusual configurations for Linux networks with both servers that are used by local users and servers that are exposed to the Internet
Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux
by Thomas Sterling (Editor), Gordon Bell: provides system users and administrators with the tools they need to run the most advanced Beowulf clusters. The book is appearing in both Linux and Windows versions in order to reach the entire PC cluster community, which is divided into two distinct camps according to the node operating system
Building Clustered Linux Systems
by Robert W. Lucke: This book will introduce you to building computing solutions from groups of interconnected systems running the Linux operating system.
Building Linux Virtual Private Networks
by Oleg Kolesnikov, Brian Hatch: provides detailed descriptions, analysis, and setup for VPN tunneling solutions. Specifically, each of the following most popular VPN solutions are covered: PPTP, IPSec, L2TP, Free S/Wan, and SSH1
DNS & BIND Cookbook
by Cricket Liu: Presents solutions to the many problems faced by network administrators responsible for a name server. This title is an indispensable companion to DNS & BIND, 4th Edition, the definitive guide to the critical task of name server administration.
Hack Attacks Denied: A Complete Guide to Network Lockdown for UNIX, Windows, and Linux, Second Edition
by John Chirillo: Packed with nearly 400 pages of fresh material, including new fortification techniques, advisory solutions, and firewall labs, Hack Attacks Denied, Second Edition offers vital insight that will teach you how to be aware of potential security dangers.
Hack Attacks Revealed: A Complete Reference for UNIX, Windows, and Linux with Custom Security Toolkit, Second Edition
by John Chirillo: Details over 170 new vulnerabilities and exploits. Malicious code coverage of Myparty, Goner, Sircam, BadTrans, Nimda, Code Red I/II, and many more.
Hacking Exposed Linux, 2nd Edition
by Brian Hatch, James Lee: shows you how to think like a Linux hacker in order to beat the Linux hacker. You'll get detailed information on Linux-specific hacks, both internal and external, and how to stop them.
Integrate Linux Solutions into Your Windows Network
by Dustin Puryear: offers many ways to use Linux technology to increase the reliability and cost-effectiveness of a network
Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. III: Client-Server Programming and Applications, Linux/Posix Sockets Version
by Douglas E Comer, David L Stevens, Michael Evangelista: describes the fundamental concepts of client-server computing used to build all distributed computing systems, and presents an in-depth guide to the Posix sockets standard utilized by Linux and other operating systems
Interprocess Communications in Linux: The Nooks and Crannies
by John Shapley Gray: Gray explains what processes are, how they're generated, how they access their environments,how they communicate?and how to use them to build robust, high-performance systems.
Linux Cluster Architecture
by Alex Vrenios: shows how to assemble and configure several PCs into a network, how to configure Linux so each machine recognizes the others
Linux Clustering: Building and Maintaining Linux Clusters
by Charles Bookman: provides Linux users with information about building their own Linux cluster from the ground up. It gives best practices, helpful hints, and guidelines about building one server or hundreds of servers at a level that administrators at any experience level can understand
Linux DNS Server Administration
by Craig Hunt: the most complete, most advanced guide to DNS for Linux you'll find anywhere. It teaches you, step-by-step, all the standard and advanced techniques you need to know to configure and maintain a DNS server on a Linux box. Hundreds of clear, consistent examples illustrate these techniques in detail
by David Tancig: a broad look at the field of computer security is aimed at professionals looking for a thorough overview of issues surrounding large computer systems in the context of network computing, wide area networks, and computers linked to the Internet and World Wide Web
Linux Modem and Serial Communications
Paperback - 139 pages (January 1999)
Linux Network Administrator's Guide - 2nd Edition
This book was written to provide a single reference for network administration in a Linux environment. Beginners and experienced users alike should find the information they need to cover nearly all important administration activities required to manage a Linux network configuration. Read more
Linux Networking Clearly Explained
by Bryan Pfaffenberger: Paperback - 350 pages
Linux Networking: Hands-On
Tom Sinclair: This is a guide to building a TCP/IP network using Linux. It includes step-by-step instructions for setting up a DNS, e-mail server, directory service, network printing and file sharing and networking authentication using Kerberos. Each chapter includes a guide to terminology, review exercises and critical thinking questions, in addition to screen shots and diagrams. The content is suitable for someone who is comfortable with Linux but wishes to extend their knowledge with practical experience.
Linux Routers: A Primer For Network Administrators
by Tony Mancill: learn how to implement Linux-based routers, hands-on. Linux administrator Tony Mancill walks you step-by-step through a series of production routing scenarios, offering detailed guidance on configuration, problem avoidance, and troubleshooting
by Dee Ann LeBlanc, Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier, Ronald W. McCarty Jr.: explains and demonstrates routing solutions for common network types, namely LANs, WANs, and VPNs, using various types of hardware, and then explores the inner workings of the daemons and commands used for routing in Linux
Linux TCP/IP Networking for Embedded Systems
The Linux TCP/IP Stack: Networking for Embedded Systems 2/E provides an updated, in-depth guide to implementing and using the Linux TCP/IP stack in embedded systems projects.
by Roger Weeks, Edd Dumbill: learn the basics of wireless computing, from the reasons why you'd want to go wireless in the first place, to setting up your wireless network or accessing wireless data services on the road.
Linux Web Server Toolkit
by Nicholas D. Wells: this kit provides Linux-compatible Web tools and outlines how to implement them to create a secure and stable Web server on a Linux network. The book includes day-to-day Web server administration--plus all the software one needs on the CD-ROM
Linux, DOS and Windows. . . A How to build Yourself a 95/NT, 2000 Microsoft Active Directory Clone now with NDS Networking
by Reginald P., Cne, Clse, Cmp, Cue Burgess: Paperback - 267 pages (April 1, 1999)
Open Source Solutions for Small Business Problems
by John Locke: explores operational problems most small businesses share. It identifies good open source software that can help businesses solve these problems, and compares them to their proprietary counterparts.
Policy Routing Using Linux
by Mattnew G. Marsh, Matthew G. Marsh: routing packets differently depending not only on the destination addresses but also on other packet fields such as source address, IP protocol, transport protocol ports or even packet payload is policy routing
Practical TCP/IP: Designing, Using and Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networks on Linux and Windows
by Niall Mansfield: Explaining the principles of networking and TCP/IP protocols, this hands-on reference based on years of practical experience shows how to use the principles discussed. Covering both Linux and Windows, this practical guide is applicable to almost any network and has a modular approach that facilitates in-depth and easy learning. The many detailed appendices make this long-term reference book beneficial to both beginners and experienced TCP/IP practitioners.
Reliable Linux: Assuring High Availability
by Iain Campbell: shows system administrators, managers, and developers how to scale up Linux to run on large server systems in order to maintain high availability for e-commerce applications
TCP/IP & Linux Protocol Implementation: Systems Code for the Linux Internet
by Jon Crowcroft, Iain Phillips: one-of-a-kind description about using the Linux operating system on a TCP/IP network Boasting high-performance, high availability, and open source code, Linux has emerged as an optimal choice for an operating system
The Linux TCP/IP Stack: Networking for Embedded Systems
by Thomas Herbert: implementing and using the Linux TCP/IP stack in embedded systems projects. It begins with a general overview of TCP/IP networking, with background information on applicable networking standards. From there, it details the TCP/IP implementation in Linux 2.6 by following a packet of data as it flows through the stack from the sending system, out the wire, and back through the input side of the stack in the receiving machine. This unique approach gives programmers an "inside" look at the entire process.
Troubleshooting Linux(R) Firewalls
by Michael Shinn, Scott Shinn: Ccovers every area where Linux firewalls can go wrong: rules and filtering problems, Layer 2/3/4 issues, trouble with individual services, DNS/DHCP failures, even misconfigured VPNs.
Understanding Linux Web Hosting
by Don Denoncourt, Barry Kline, Dom Denoncourt: a guide to setting up a complete Linux environment on which to learn about the various Web technologies