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NT Network Plumbing by Tony Northrup
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NT Network Plumbing

by Tony Northrup

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 076453209X, Paperback)

NT Network Plumbing: Routers, Proxies, and Web Services Optimize Your Windows NT Network Connectivity Sort through the maze of bridges, routers, and gateways to design and manage an efficient NT 4.0 internetwork. Networking authority Anthony Northrup provides straightforward, step-by-step guidelines for assessing your current and future networking needs, acquiring the best hardware and software for your LAN or WAN, and implementing Internet connectivity that is reliable, secure, and requires minimal maintenance. Working Solutions for Everyday Networking ChallengesExpert strategies for designing a scalable connection to accommodate network growthThorough coverage of routing features available to Windows NT — including Steelhead (Routing and Remote Access Services)Step-by-step guidelines for using NetBIOS to enable applicationsDetailed review of common Internet protocols, including HTTP, FTP, CIFS, and DNSPractical advice for networking to legacy systems and developing upgrading strategieshttp://www.idgbooks.com

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