The SuSE Linux Network

The SuSE Linux Network

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A SuSE Press title - this book enlightens you on how to build a strong, reliable network for next to nothing - using SuSE Linux. The "SuSE Linux Network" is packed with insider tips and techniques from the networking gurus and SuSE Inc., the Linux experts. "The SuSE Linux Network" is the first of a grouping of SuSE Press books to deal with high - end topics that present challenges for Linux administrators, power users, and programmers. Master the ins and outs of networking - hardware, software, and protocols for SuSE Linux, and keep your network safe, sound and reliable with SuSE Linux and the guidance in this more

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  • Paperback | 648 pages
  • 188.5 x 233.7 x 38.6mm | 1,229.18g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764547585
  • 9780764547584

Table of contents

Preface. PART I: A Networking Primer. Chapter 1: What Is a Network? Chapter 2: Introduction to TCP/IP. Chapter 3: Networking Hardware and Protocols. Chapter 4: Networking Software. PART II: Setting Up Networking on a SuSE Linux Workstation. Chapter 5: Adding Networking Hardware to Your SuSE Linux System. Chapter 6: Configuring Networking on Your SuSE Linux Workstation. Chapter 7: Client Network Services. Chapter 8: Configuring Mail to Use Networking. PART III: Building a SuSE Linux Intranet. Chapter 9: Building Your Own Intranet. Chapter 10: Network Services - Server. PART IV: Linking a SuSE Linux Intranet to the Internet. Chapter 11: Setting Up a Gateway to the Internet. Chapter 12: Domain Name Service - From Names to IP Numbers. Chapter 13: Network Security. Chapter 14: Providing Services to the Internet. PART V: Adding Other Operating Systems to a SuSE Linux Network. Chapter 15: Samba and SMBFS. Chapter 16: Connecting Windows to a SuSE Linux Network. Chapter 17: Connecting Mac OS to SuSE Linux. Appendix A: What's on the CD--ROMs? Appendix B: Miscellaneous Topics. Appendix C: References. Index. GNU General Public License. CD--ROM Installation more

About Fred Butzen

Fred Butzen is a technical writer, programmer, database designer, and Linux expert whose books include The Linux Network and The Linux Database. Christopher S. Hilton is a programmer and consultant who specializes in network applications that run in the Unix and Linux more

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