Embedded Internet: TCP/IP Basics, Implementation and Applications (Paperback)

Sergio Scaglia

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In The Embedded Internet Sergio Scaglia examines the techniques that programmers will need to learn to obtain internet connectivity for their embedded systems. Sometimes this will be relatively straight-forward, using TCP/IP stack implementations which already exist. Sometimes, this will be much more difficult, requiring whole new implementations to be developed. Either way, The Embedded Internet will be the ideal starting place for programmers to learn and develop these skills. 

1 .  Comprehensive coverage of the theory behind TCP/IP
2 .  Practical focus shows how to implement TCP/IP stack in embedded systems
3 .  Covers the state of the art in internet protocols and technologies
4 .  Accompanying CD with complete TCP/IP stack to complement part
1 .  Also contains self-test exercises for students.

Table of Contents


I. Why Embedded INternet?

II. Why this book?

III. Which is the intended audience?

IV. How is the book structured?

V. Book's description.

PART I  - TCP/IP basics

1.    Introduction to networking

1.1 Networking:  Working with networks

1.2 Network fundamentals

1.3 Network models

1.4 Network types

1.5 The OSI Reference Model

1.6 Summary

2.    The TCP/IP Stack

2.1 The need for a new protocol: that born of the Internet

2.2 Two perspectives on the TCP/IP services

2.3 The TCP/IP stack architecture

2.4 The TCP/IP protocol suite

2.5 TCP/IP stack protocols dependencies

2.6 The Internet protocols standardization process

2.7 Summary

3. LAN technologies: Ethernet

3.1 Why Ethernet II and IEEE Ethernet?

3.2 Ethernet II

3.3 The IEEEE 803 Model

3.4 802.3 CSMA/VD (IEEE Ethernet)

3.5 IEEE Ethernet and Ethernet II Networks comparison

3.6 Summary

4. Network interface: SLIP and PPP

4.1 Point-to-point network solutions

4.2 Serial Line Interfaces

4.3 Serial Line protocols

4.4 Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP)

4.5 Point-To-Point Protocol (PPP)

4.6 Summary

5 The Internet layer: IP and ICMP

5.1 Internet Protocol (IP)

5.2 Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)

5.3 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

5.4 Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP)

5.5 Summary

6 The Transport Layer: UDP and TCP

6.1 Transport Layer introduction

6.2 User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

6.3 Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)

6.4 Summary

7 Remote access: TELNET

7.1 Introduction

7.2 The Network Virtual Terminal

7.3 The TELNET client/server model

7.4 TELNET commands

7.5 TELNET synch function

7.6 Summary

8 The File Transfer Protocol: FTP

8.1 Introduction

8.2 FTP overview

8.3 The FTP model

8.4 FTP control connection

8.5 FTP data connection

8.6 FTP transmission modes

8.7 FTP data representation

8.8 FTP internal commands and replies

8.9 FTP user commands

8.10 FTP minimum implementation

8.11 Summary

9 The e-mail protocols: SMTP and POP3

9.1 An electronic mail system introduction

9.2 The TCP/IP electronic mail addresses

9.3 The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)

9.4 The Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3)

9.5 TCP/IP electronic mail message format

9.6 Summary

10 The World Wide Web Protocol: HTTP

10.1 Introduction

10.2 The HyperText Markup Language (HTML)

10.3 HTTP Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)

10.4 The HyperText Transfer Protocl

10.5 Summary

11 The domain name system

11.1 Name systems introduction

11.2 Name space

11.3 TCP/IP host tables

11.4 TCP/IP domain name system

11.5 Summary

PART II - Embedded Internet Implementation

12 Preparing the Labs

12.1 Labs introduction

12.2 The proposed hardware

12.3 The proposed software

12.4 Setting up the Labs hardware

12.5 Installing and configuring the software

12.6 Steps to execute the Labs

12.7 Where to get the hardware and software

13 The application and the TCP/IP stack

13.1 Embedded systems with TCP/IP stack

13.2 Introducing the application

13.3 Lab 1: the application

13.4 The TCP/IP stack design

14 Connecting to a LAN: Ethernet and ARP

14.1 The Ethernet interface

14.2 Writing the CS8900A drivers

14.3 Lab 2: the Ethernet drivers

14.4 The ARP Protocol implementation

14.5 Lab 3: The ARP Protocol

15 Dial-up networking: PPP

15.1 Serial port programming considerations

15.2 Point-to-Point Protocol implementation

15.3 Lab 4: the PPP link

16 Implementing the IP layer (IP and ICMP)

16.1 The IP Protocol implementation

16.2 Lab 5: receiving the IP datagrams

16.3 Teh ICMP Protocol implementation

16.4 Lab 6: The ICMP in action

17 IMplementing the Transport layer (UDP and TCP)

17.1 The UDP Protocol implementation

17.2 Lab 7: Working with UDP messages

17.3 The TP Protocol implementation

17.4 Lab 8: Working with TCP segments

18 UDP-based adn TCP-based embedded server applications

18.1 Introduction

18.2 Implementing the UDP-based embedded server

18.3 LAb 9: UDP-based embedded server

18.4 IMplementing the TCP-based embedded server

18.5 Lab 10: TCP-based embedded server

19 Sending e-mail messages: SMTP

19.1 Introduction

19.2 Implementing the SMTP module

19.3 Lab 11: Sending e-mails

20 Serving the World Wide Web: HTTP

20.1 Introduction

20.2 Embedded WebServer implementation

20.3 Lab 12: serviing the World Wide Web

PART III - Embedded Internet Applications

21 Remote monitoring, access and control

21.1 Introduction

21.2 Universal GUI console

21.3 Home automation

21.4 Industrial automation

21.5 Telemtry: virtual instruments

21.6 Telemedicine applications

21.7 Commercial applications

21.8 Street controllers

21.9 Data collection applications

21.10 Information and advertising systems

22 Security and Surveillance applciations

22.1 Intruder alarms

22.2 Video surveillance applications

22.3 Integrated access control systems

23 Tracking applications

23.1 GPS tracking systems

23.2 Automatic Taxi Dispatcher

23.3 Public transport tracking

23.45 Shipment tracking systems

24 Outsourcing embedded code: using web services

24.1 Introduction

24.2 Web services

24.3 Applkication case: using web services for DNS resolution

24.4 Lab 13: Consuming web services


Appendix A: Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN

Appendix B: Internet Next Generation: IPv6

Appendix C: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

Appendix D: Simple Network Management Protocol

Appendix E: Administrator Utilities

Appendix F: Network Protocol Analyser: Ethereal