Setting Up a Web Server

Setting Up a Web Server

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Setting Up a Web Server was written to help new and prospective web masters choose, configure, use, and understand how web servers work. It details each step required to choose, install, and configure the hardware and software elements, then promote and publish on the web site. It covers Internet and intranet security, communications, and links to other servers in an organization. The book also explains about the main web server software applications, how they differ and which works best in different environments. Setting Up a Web Server ensures that your server is well-connected. It covers communications and hardware, explaining: How to choose the best communications links between the server and the internet How to link your server to your LAN How TCP/IP works to bind the Internet together How to configure your server for a particular hardware setup The publishing techniques covered will help you to create a great web site. You'll also find coverage of advanced HTML page design, database publishing, and programming with Perl, Java, Javascript, and Visual Basic. Setting Up a Web Server is the complete reference book for anyone who is setting up a web server-it covers all major platforms, software, links and web techniques! Am Discusses main web server software applications Am Covers communications and hardware Am Details servers for e-mail, FTP, Telnet, gopher, finger and the latest push information serversSoftware 69 There are two related server products from Process Software, called Purveyor Webserver and IntraServer, ... Web page administration is via Windows NTa#39;s File Manager, but Purveyor adds several buttons and menus to make itanbsp;...

Title:Setting Up a Web Server
Author:S. M. H. Collin
Publisher:Elsevier - 1997


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