Windows NT typically changes the existing TCP/IP configuration and leaves users facing new problems. This book/CD-ROM guide has the hands-on solutions providing the practical skills required to install, configure and support TCP/IP on Windows NT. The book gives step-by-step guidance to Internetworking Windows NT systems with UNIX, MacOs and Windows 95. The CD-ROM includes TCP/IP requests for comments (RFCs), a searchable list of vendors, and exercises from the authors' courses.
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Inside TCP/IP with Windows NT Illustrated you'll find expert solutions for: securing your intranet using Proxy Server; centrally managing IP address assignment with Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP); monitoring network traffic with Microsoft's Network Monitor; easing administrative tasks with Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) and Doman Name Service (DNS); using Windows NT as a secure Web server; monitoring NT clients using Simple Network Management Protocol; using NT as an inexpensive router with Steelhead software.
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-004-68-1704001
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