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Discussion in 'Networking (Hardware & Software)' started by ReggieB, 2006/07/23.

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  1. 2006/07/23
    ReggieB

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    Networking basics
    Microsoft guide to file and print sharing on Vista
    File and Printer Sharing in Windows Vista

    Cisco's guide to IP addressing
    IP Addressing and Subnetting for New Users

    Netgear guides to networking
    http://www.windowsbbs.com/showpost.php?p=369493&postcount=1

    DNS and associated logon optimisation
    WindowsBBS thread DNS and router table issues with reconfig of DNS servers?

    Microsoft TCP/IP Fundamentals PDF book

    Creating a VPN
    Create a VPN with OpenVPN

    Wireless Networking
    Beginners Guides: Wireless home networking

    Protecting Your Wireless Network

    Extending wireless networks.
    Extending Wired & Wireless Networks

    Troubleshooting tools

    Test connection
    Ping and Tracert

    Check DNS
    NSLOOKP

    Check IP addressing
    How to determine the TCP/IP address

    Check that IP addresses work together
    Node to Node tool

    Admin tools
    From O'Reilly's WindowsDevCenter
    The best Windows Admin Downloads

    Advanced stuff
    Charles Spurgeon's Ethernet Web Site. Ethernet is the underlying protocol used on wired networks.
    ethermanage.com – Managing Ethernet Networks (IEEE 802.3)

    On line diagnostic tools
    Traceroute, Ping, Domain Name Server (DNS) Lookup, WHOIS, Email Verification Tools

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