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Pro .NET 1.1 Network Programming

  • Authors
  • Christian Nagel
  • Ajit Mungale
  • Vinod Kumar
  • Nauman Laghari
  • Andrew Krowczyk
  • Tim Parker
  • S. Srinivasa Sivakumar
  • Alexandru Serban

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 1-44
  3. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 45-83
  4. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 85-119
  5. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 121-162
  6. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 163-187
  7. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 189-211
  8. TCP
    Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 213-261
  9. UDP
    Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 263-293
  10. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 295-343
  11. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 345-391
  12. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 393-429
  13. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 431-474
  14. Christian Nagel, Ajit Mungale, Vinod Kumar, Nauman Laghari, Andrew Krowczyk, Tim Parker et al.
    Pages 475-500
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 501-530

About this book

Introduction

Networking is one of the core tasks of enterprise-level programming, and this book covers key concepts, like network programming in .NET with C#, and building network-based applications in .NET. You will gain confidence to use the classes shipped with .NET, and eventually implement your own application-level protocols.

The text first overviews important background material, like physical network architecture, network protocols, the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, streams in .NET, and stream access. Also covered in detail: socket programming complete with introduction, and descriptions for use in .NET.

Finally, the book explores Internet programming, with a look at HTTP—the underlying protocol of e-mail and Internet. By the end of the book, you will also have learned to secure network communications in .NET.

Keywords

.NET .NET framework C# cryptography network programming networking programming

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