An Administrators Guide to Windows 2000 TCP/IP Networks
*Get down and dirty with Windows 2000 TCP/IP! *Configuration and administration from the ground up*IP routing, DHCP, WINS, DNS, NAT, and more *Configure IPSec VPNs and Certificate Services step-by-step*Comprehensive, real-world enterprise network troubleshooting*CD-ROM: Real network traces illustrating key TCP/IP concepts and techniques*Includes a complete TCP/IP overview for Windows network professionals*Detailed coverage of Windows 2000s graphical and command-line IP routing tools*Troubleshooting connectivity, configuration, and name resolution*Never-before-published WINS problem-solving techniques*Certificate Services: installation, configuration, certificate issuance, and Active Directory integration*DHCP server services, scopes, multicast scopes, management, and monitoring*DNS implementation: configuring servers, zones, clients, and dynamic updates *Appendices: TCP/IP port numbers, command-line utilities, network errors, RFCs, Win2K registry settings, and moreThe comprehensive TCP/IP guide for Windows 2000 system administrators.This is a systematic, expert guide to deploying, managing, and troubleshooting TCP/IP in Windows 2000 enterprise environments. Using real-world scena
- Mixed media product | 656 pages
- 178.6 x 234.7 x 26.4mm | 1,005.24g
- 16 Apr 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- w. figs.
Table of contents
Preface. Intended Audience. Organization of the Book.Foreword. I. THE BASICS. 1. Introduction to TCP/IP. What Is TCP/IP? Name Resolution. Addressing Concepts. Understanding IP Addressing. What Is ARP? Chapter Review.2. The TCP/IP Protocol Suite. Transmission Control Protocol. A Look at the TCP header. Reset Processing. Internet Protocol. Chapter Review.3. IP Routing. IP Routing Options. RIP v2. DHCP Relay Agent. Configuring IP Routing Protocols. Managing IP Routing Protocols. Managing Routing Protocols. Troubleshooting IP Routing Issues. Chapter Review.4. Network Address Translation. Installing NAT. Configuring NAT. Internet Connection Sharing. Troubleshooting NAT. Chapter Review.II. A SERVICE APPROACH TO TCP/IP. 5. Internet Protocol Security. Introducing IPSec. Configuring IPSec. Managing and Monitoring IPSec. Chapter Review.6. Certificate Services. CA Policies. Installing Certificate Authority. Configuring Certificate Authority. Issuing Certificates. Active Directory and Certificates. Troubleshooting Certificates. Chapter Review.III. IMPLEMENTING TCP/IP SERVICES. 7. DHCP. DHCP Building Blocks. Installing the DHCP Server Service. Creating DHCP Multicast Scopes. Authorizing a DHCP Server in Active Directory. Managing and Monitoring DHCP. Troubleshooting a DHCP Server. DHCP Minimum Lease Duration. Chapter Review.8. WINS. Understanding WINS. Installing WINS. Configuring WINS. Troubleshooting WINS. Chapter Review.9. Introduction to DNS. A Look at the Namespace. DNS Concepts. Chapter Review.10. DNS Implementation Details. Installing DNS. Configuring the DNS Server. Managing and Monitoring a DNS Server. Configuring Dynamic Updates for DNS Zones. Troubleshooting DNS. Chapter Review.IV. TROUBLESHOOTING. 11. Troubleshooting. Connectivity Issues. Configuration Issues. Name Resolution Issues. Chapter Review.Appendix A: A List of Well-Known TCP and UDP Port Numbers. Appendix B: Command-Line Utilities. Appendix C: Troubleshooting Common Network Errors. Runt-Long Frames. CRC or FCS Errors. Collisions. Late Collisions.Appendix D: NETBIOS Suffixes. Appendix E: Domain Controller Startup. Appendix F: Internet RFCs Supported by Microsoft Windows 2000 TCP/IP. Appendix G: DNS Root Server Hints. Appendix H: Basic Network Models. The OSI Model. The IEEE 802 Project. A Look at How Data Makes It onto the Wire. Ethernet Communication Specifics. The Role of Protocols. Appendix Review.Appendix I: Hexadecimal to ASCII Conversion Chart. Appendix J: The Windows 2000 Registry. Hkey_Local_machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Services. Hkey_Local_machine\Software\Microsoft\Router. Hkey_Local_machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Services. Hkey_Local_machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Services.Glossary. Index.
About Ed Wilson
ED WILSON is a Senior Networking Specialist with Full Service Networking, a Microsoft Solution Provider Partner in Cincinnati. His publications include Network Monitoring and Analysis: A Protocol Approach to Troubleshooting, as well as contributions to multiple MCSE study guides. He holds several key certifications, including MCSE Internet, MCT, CCNA, and Compaq Master Accredited System Engineer.