Transient

Page 145

I got the data lines in the graphic wrong (in the previous edition!); the corrected graphic is shown at right.

Page 149

DSR and DTR are referred to in the text as DCE Ready and DTE Ready.  It is not immediately evident to newbies that DCE Ready and DCR are the same thing.

Found by Eric Cantrell, September 2012

Page 155

Just above the tables at the bottom you state mini and micro have fire wires not five.

Found by Andrew Myles, August 2012

Page 162

Technically ARP sits somewhere between Layer 2 and Layer 3, so while putting it under 'Higher Layers' is partially correct, it's probably easier if you left it out the table.

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012

Page 171

On the paragraph that starts "Full-duplex switches", at the end of the first sentence, it says "cir-circuitry."

Found by Richard Cadena, November 2012

Page 174

Steve Carlson needs to be index marked in the grey box.

Page 183

IPv4 gives 4294967296 (off by one here) addresses.

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012

Page 204

First sentence under the Wireshark section seems to be missing a period between Wireshark8 and Wireshark.

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012

In the first paragraph, it says "hetstat" rather than "netstat".

Found by Myles Ambrose, July 2012

Page 205

It isn't clear in the text if Port Mirroring is a feature of WireShark, the computer, or the managed switch.  The index points to the one mention on page 205, but it is clarified in the glossary.

Found by Eric Cantrell, September 2012

Page 219

4th line says, "Through the use default gateway..."  but should say "Through the use of the default gateway".

Found by Richard Cadena, November 2012

Page 231

"Packets from show control to lighting would be send" should read "Packets from show control to lighting would be sent

Page 233

IPv4 gives 4294967296 (off by one here) addresses.

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012

Page 236

Anycast isn't IPv6 specific. Many providers (like Google) use IPv4 anycast. Also web hosting isn't the best example for anycast because a routing change on the internet can cause TCP flows to be redirected which resets user connections. Anycast is mostly used for DNS since it's UDP and stateless.

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012.

Page 243

In the diagram Universe 3 is missing a hyphen between 1-25 and 1536.

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012.

Page 263

Should be 281474976710656 RDM addresses (off by one)

Found by Simon Newton, July 2012