This accessible book is designed to provide users with the fundamental concepts of networking starting from basic hardware components that affect server performance and reliability to building a simple LAN by connecting the PCs with wiring and topology. The book introduces Windows 2000 and focuses on today's basic features of a network server including DNS and DHCP services, directory services disk and file management and print management. Provides the basic foundations needed to succeed in network administration, network basics, Windows 2000 basics, Windows 2000 server basics and advanced network topics. For individuals interested in network administration.For a static IP route in Interface, Destination, Network Mask, Gateway, and Metric, enter the corresponding information into ... If you use the ROUTE command, use the -p option to make the static routes persistent. 7. When your configuration isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Networking with Windows 2000|
|Author||:||Patrick E. Regan|