Novell wrote the book on networking with its IPX protocol. Then the Internet rewrote it with a little something called TCP/IP. Now Novell networking authority Drew Heywood has literally written the book on how network administrators like you can maintain a smoothly running internal network while taking advantage of the universality of the Internet's TCP/IP protocol. Novell's Guide to TCP/IP and IntranetWare helps you make a successful transition from NetWare 3 and 4 to TCP/IP ? la IntranetWare. Even if you've been blissfully oblivious to the nuts and bolts of protocols like IPX -- let alone TCP/IP -- you'll soon have a solid understanding of how they work and how to configure all kinds of clients, servers, and routers. Heywood offers practical, in-depth coverage of essential NetWare TCP/IP topics, including * A layer-by-layer description of the TCP/IP protocol stack -- from the network access layer to the process/application layer * Implementing TCP/IP on NetWare servers and clients * Setting up the domain host configuration protocol * Managing NetWare TCP/IP and name services * Bridging between NetWare and UNIX * Creating and administering FTP and World Wide Web servers Plus, the bonus CD-ROM included with Novell's Guide to TCP/IP and IntranetWare features exclusive software from Novell: The IntranetWare Client Suite for Windows NT, Windows 95, DOS/Win 3.x, OS/2, and Mac OS. You also get Novell Application Launcher 1.1 and IntranetWare Wallpaper.Novell wrote the book on networking with its IPX protocol.
|Title||:||Novell's Guide to TCP/IP and IntranetWare|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1997-10-06|