TFTP and Error Correction
Publish Date: Dec. 4, 2003
TFTP's (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) design is revealing the same way that a car's airbags are. As an airbag testifies to the probability and violent nature of a crash, so TFTP's design speaks of frequent and catastrophic data misadventure. Heath Johns helps you get your head around this specification.
Understanding Zeroconf and Multicast DNS
Publish Date: Dec. 20, 2002
Zeroconf, and its competitor UPnP, provide for automatic configuration and address allocation on either Ethernet or wireless networks. But it's a good bet that this protocol will become wildly popular in the wireless world. Here's how it works.
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