-- NT is gaining acceptance as a true network operating system for larger scale operations -- NT professionals are requiring information about enterprise topics such as global IP management and emerging enterprise networking technologies -- Although there are several books on the general topic of NT networking. none deal with the topic of NT in large-scale environments -- enterprise networking -- The first book available that focuses mainly on Windows NT in an enterprise environment -- Perfect for system administrators, network architects, or anyone responsible for setting up and maintaining a medium to large-scale NT network -- Covers enterprise specific material, such as DHCP and IP management -- plus UNIX, Novell NetWare, and Macintosh networking techniques -- which aren't found in the available basic NT networking books -- Includes chapters on: qWolfpackq clustering and qSteelheadq technologies, backup a recovery, disaster planning, installation and administration, performance tuning, network and application testing, and DNS and WINS naming services -- Plus an in-depth overview on Windows NT in the enterprise as it relates to Microsoft's Zero Administration concepts -- CD-ROM includes Microsoft and third party tools and utilities for maximum Windows NT performance in the areas of domain management, user migration, RAS administration, IP management, and others8. The server is identified by the server identifier in the DHCPREQUEST message from the client. It reserves an address for the client and responds with a DHCPACK message containing the configuration parameters. 9. The router broadcastsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows NT Enterprise Networking|
|Author||:||Toby J. Velte, Anthony T. Velte|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Osborne Media - 1998|