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Networking For Dummies, 7th Edition

ISBN: 978-0-7645-8400-8
424 pages
October 2004
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Part I: Getting Started with Networking.

Chapter 1: Networks Will Not Take Over the World, and Other Network Basics.

Chapter 2: Life on the Network.

Chapter 3: Using a Network Printer.

Chapter 4: Sharing Your Files and Printers.

Chapter 5: Mr. McFeeley’s Guide to E-mail.

Chapter 6: Using Microsoft Office on a Network.

Part II: Building Your Own Network.

Chapter 7: The Bad News: You Have to Plan Ahead.

Chapter 8: Understanding Network Operating Systems.

Chapter 9: Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave: Cables, Adapters, and Other Stuff.

Chapter 10: Setting Up a Wireless Network.

Chapter 11: Configuring Client Computers.

Part III: Network Management For Dummies.

Chapter 12: Help Wanted: Job Description for a Network Administrator.

Chapter 13: Big Brother’s Guide to Network Security.

Chapter 14: If I Could Save Time in a Bottleneck: Optimizing Your Network’s Performance.

Chapter 15: How to Sleep Well at Night (Or, Backing Up Your Network Data).

Chapter 16: Major Annoyances.

Chapter 17: Network Troubleshooting.

Chapter 18: How to Stay on Top of Your Network and Keep the Users Off Your Back.

Part IV: Network Operating Systems.

Chapter 19: Windows Server 2003.

Chapter 20: NetWare 6 and 6.5.

Chapter 21: Using a Linux Server.

Chapter 22: Macintosh Networking.

Part V: TCP/IP and the Internet.

Chapter 23: Connecting Your Network to the Internet.

Chapter 24: Understanding IP Addresses.

Chapter 25: Configuring Your Network for DHCP.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 26: Ten Big Network Mistakes.

Chapter 27: Ten Networking Commandments.

Chapter 28: Ten Things You Should Keep in Your Closet.

Chapter 29: Ten Network Gizmos Only Big Networks Need.

Chapter 30: Ten Layers of the OSI Model.


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