Perl module P401
Anatomy of Networking
Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module P401. This topic is presented on public course Using Perl on the Web
Before you write programs for a network, you'll need some background of how a network actually works Ð to know your DNS from your TCP, and your IP address from your server port. This module overviews the structure of networking to sufficient depth for you to start programming for the network in a language such as Perl, PHP or Java.
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Topics covered in this module
Routing, IP addresses and TCP.
Clients and servers.
DNS Name resolutions.
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