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ABCs of z/OS System Programming: Volume 9 by Richard Conway, Paul Rogers

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Overview of TCP/IP
The Internet, the world's largest network, grew from fewer than 6000 participants at the end of 1986 to millions of networks today. Networks have grown so quickly because they provide an important service. It is the nature of computers to generate and process information, but this information is useless unless it can be shared with the people who need it. The common thread that ties the enormous Internet together is TCP/IP network software. TCP/IP is a set of communication protocols that define how different types of computers ...

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