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Lab Manual for Network+ Guide to Networks, 4th

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780619217440

ISBN10:
0619217448
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/6/2005
Publisher(s):
Course Technology

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Table of Contents

An Introduction to Networking
1(20)
Understanding Elements of a Network
2(3)
Building a Simple Peer-to-Peer Network
5(4)
Building a Simple Client/Server Network
9(5)
Sharing a Network Printer
14(7)
Networking Standards and the OSI Model
21(22)
IP Address Assignments
22(3)
Configuring TCP/IP for a Windows XP Computer
25(4)
Finding the MAC Address of Another Computer
29(4)
Looking at Network Connections on a Windows XP Computer
33(4)
Viewing Ethernet Frames
37(6)
Transmission Basics and Networking Media
43(28)
Learning Media Characteristics
44(3)
Creating a UTP Crossover Cable to Connect Two Computers
47(5)
Comparing Throughput
52(6)
Understanding How a Category 5 Cable Fails
58(4)
Adding a Host to a Wireless Network
62(4)
Connecting Two Switches with Fiber-Optic Cable
66(5)
Network Protocols
71(22)
Configuring IP Addresses and Subnet Masks
72(4)
Installing Additional Network Protocols
76(4)
Automatically Assigning IP Addresses with DHCP
80(5)
Changing the Binding Order on a Multiprotocol Network
85(4)
Disabling Unnecessary Protocols
89(4)
Networking Hardware
93(26)
Configuring Transmission and Duplex Settings
94(4)
Creating a Multi-Homed Computer by Installing Two NICs
98(4)
Activating Routing and Remote Access in Windows Server 2003
102(6)
Activating a Routing Protocol in Windows Server 2003
108(5)
Configuring a Bridging Firewall
113(6)
Topologies and Access Methods
119(20)
The Parallel Backbone
120(5)
Building a Daisy Chain
125(3)
Configuring Ethernet Frame Types
128(5)
Examining Ethernet Frames
133(6)
WANs, Internet Access, and Remote Connectivity
139(30)
Pricing WAN Services
140(5)
Connecting to an Internet Service Provider in Windows Server 2003
145(5)
Configuring a Remote Access Server
150(6)
Creating a VPN with the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol
156(6)
Configuring Terminal Services on Windows Server 2003
162(7)
Network Operating Systems and Windows Server 2003-Based Networking
169(26)
Creating a New Domain Tree
170(6)
Delegating Administrative Rights
176(5)
Adding a Domain to a Forest
181(5)
Setting User Permissions with Groups
186(5)
Remotely Managing a Computer with Active Directory
191(4)
Networking with UNIX-Based Operating Systems
195(32)
Starting and Stopping a Linux Server
196(4)
Managing Users, Groups, and File Permissions
200(7)
Connecting a Windows XP Client Using Samba
207(7)
Managing Processes
214(6)
Remotely Managing Linux Servers
220(7)
NetWare-Based Networking
227(28)
Adding a Client to a NetWare 6.5 Network
228(5)
Starting and Shutting Down a NetWare 6.5 Server
233(6)
Delegating Administrative Control with NetWare 6.5
239(5)
Creating Login Scripts
244(6)
Configuring Native File Service on a NetWare 6.5 Network
250(5)
In-Depth TCP/IP Networking
255(32)
Understanding the Purpose of the Default Gateway
256(4)
Understanding the TCP/IP Hosts File
260(4)
Configuring Domain Name System (DNS) Properties
264(6)
Using FTP
270(6)
Understanding Port Numbers
276(4)
Configuring a Mail Server
280(7)
Troubleshooting Network Problems
287(24)
Using the Ping Utility to Troubleshoot a TCP/IP Network
288(5)
Using the Traceroute Utility to Troubleshoot a TCP/IP Network
293(5)
Troubleshooting Client Logon Problems
298(6)
Troubleshooting Web Client Problems
304(7)
Ensuring Integrity and Availability
311(24)
Understanding Viruses
312(3)
Using Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs)
315(4)
Configuring RAID
319(4)
Backing up a Windows Server 2003 Computer
323(5)
Backing up a Linux Computer
328(7)
Network Security
335(24)
Auditing
336(4)
Checking for Vulnerable Software
340(4)
Implementing Password Restrictions in Novell NetWare
344(4)
Implementing Network Address Restrictions on a Linux Server
348(5)
Plaintext Versus Encrypted Protocols
353(6)
Implementing and Managing Networks
359(1)
Creating a Project Plan
360(3)
Planning an Upgrade
363(3)
Observing a Network Upgrade
366(3)
Installing and Removing Updates on Windows Server 2003
369(4)
Researching Network Solutions
373


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