TCP/IP Administration

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Wiley, Jan 16, 1998 - Computers - 630 pages
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TCP/IP Administration Network TCP/IP on Windows NT and IntranetWare Take full advantage of the open, all-purpose capacity of TCP/IP to ensure interoperability between technologies on your network. With clear and concise language, Craig Zacker presents the procedures for implementing TCP/IP protocols on either Windows NT or IntranetWare servers, connecting diverse clients, integrating applications and support utilities, testing with the latest diagnostic tools, and assessing network traffic. Working Solutions for Everyday Networking Challenges
  • Complete overview of TCP/IP internals including naming and addressing conventions
  • Thorough analysis of the four-layer TCP/IP reference model: link, Internet, transport, and application
  • Full procedures for installing TCP/IP support on Windows NT and IntranetWare servers
  • Detailed review of TCP/IP, Microsoft, and Novell tools including PING, TRACERT, and NETSTAT
  • Practical strategies for IP routing, DHCP and IP management, and DNS communications
CD-ROM features 17 high-performance tools:
  • Complete IETF RFCs
  • Internet Explorer 4.0
  • AcrobatReader 3.01
  • Set MTU Size
  • Dimension 4
  • FTP Explorer
  • Free Agent
  • PingGraph
  • Net.Medic 1.2
  • CuteFTP
  • NetXRay
  • NewsMonger
  • Subnet Pro
  • CyberKit
  • mIRC
  • IP Calculator
  • Port Scanner
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Contents

Origins
3
Chapter
4
TCPIP Communications
17
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

About the Author Craig Zacker is a noted writer and editor whose professional tenure spans the technological gamut from PC support technician to network administrator to Webmaster. Zacker has authored and contributed to many books and articles on operating systems and networking topics.

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