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= Chapter suggestions (somewhat unordered)=
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= Chapters (somewhat unordered)=
 
==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
* [[Network:Introduction]] ([[Network:Introduction_-_Exercises]])
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* [[Network:Introduction]]
==Networking==
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* [[Network:Introduction_-_Exercises]]
===IP addresses===
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* [[Term:Network]]
* x
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* dns
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* dhcp
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===Routing and infrastructure===
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* private networks
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* public networks
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* gateway
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* router
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* firewall
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* TCP/IP
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* UDP
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* ICMP
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===Communication protocols===
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* ssh
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* ftp
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* mail (pop/smtp/imap)
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* http/https
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* irc
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* xmpp
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===Wireless===
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* Security
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* SSID
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* trouble shooting
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==Network programming==
 
==Network programming==
 
===Java===
 
===Java===
* [[Java:Network]]
 
 
===Android===
 
===Android===
 
* [[Android:Network]]
 
* [[Android:Network]]

Latest revision as of 21:15, 25 February 2018

This is a draft/test/sketch of a future book called "Introduction to network" (intro to web)

Meta information

repos: https://github.com/progund/introduction-to-network

Chapters (somewhat unordered)

Introduction

Network programming

Java

Android

C

Bash

Chat server example

Java

Android

Bash

C

Other?

Client-Server

Stuff when chapter pages exist

Networking (and web)

Move to Chat server Java and Chat client Java:

Isn't this already in Java Web programming? Or should it be above under Network programming/Java?

  • Calling a service from a Java client Slides for a lecture on how to call a Servlet from a command line Java application, get either XML or JSON from the Servlet, and use a factory to get a parser for either XML or JSON, which creates a List<User> from the data. The main method gets the list, loops over it and prints each User to the standard out. 13 pages. (PDF, English)