This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by email@example.com (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.
TCP/IP Illustrated Volume 1 The Protocols by W. Richard Stevens
Published by Addison-Wesley
TCP/IP Network Administration by Craig Hunt
Published by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
I recommend you check out the following Web HTML document as a
starting point. "The PC-Internet Connection Update Page"
"comp.protocols.tcp-ip.ibmpc Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)"
by Aboba, Bernard D.(1994)
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bernard Aboba)
Aboba, Bernard D.(1994) "comp.protocols.tcp-ip.ibmpc Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ)" Usenet news.answers, available via
file://ftp.netcom.com/pub/mailcom/IBMTCP/ibmtcp.zip, 57 pages.
This FAQ is now fully HTML compatible, and is being automatically
converted to HTML. This means that if you have a WWW browser, you
can read the FAQ on-line, and click on links to download individual
files. This is how I read the FAQ myself, and it is highly
The "PPP-FAQ" authored by Ignatios Souvatz (email@example.com)
Archive-name: ppp-faq/part1 URL: http://cs.uni-bonn.de/ppp/part1.html
Summary: This document contains information about the Internet
Point-to-Point Protocol, including a bibliography, a list of
public domain and commercial software and hardware
implementations, a section on configuration hints and a list of
frequently asked questions and answers on them. It should be read
by anybody interested in connecting to Internet via serial lines,
and by anybody wanting to post to comp.protocols.ppp
(before he/she does it!)
"Personal Internet Access Using SLIPP or PPP: How You Use It,
How it Works" by Frank Hecker