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Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server Internetworking Guide

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Manage routing and remote access technologies to extend Microsoft Windows 2000-based networks across a variety of LAN, WAN, and remote network connections; Create virtual private networks that protect yor security; Integrate Windows 2000 with IBM hosts, UNIX, Novell NetWare, and Macintosh® systems; Understand Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networking; Support telephony integration and multimedia conferencing

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. Introduction
  3. Routing
    1. Unicast Routing Overview
      1. Internetwork Routing
      2. Routing Concepts
      3. Foundations of Routing Protocols
      4. Routing Infrastructure
      5. Additional Resources
    2. Routing and Remote Access Service
      1. Introduction to the Routing and Remote Access Service
      2. Features of the Routing and Remote Access Service
      3. Architecture of the Routing and Remote Access Service
      4. Routing and Remote Access Service Tools and Facilities
    3. Unicast IP Routing
      1. Windows 2000 and IP Routing
      2. RIP for IP
      3. OSPF
      4. DHCP Relay Agent
      5. Network Address Translator
      6. IP Packet Filtering
      7. ICMP Router Discovery
      8. Additional Resources
    4. IP Multicast Support
      1. IP Multicasting Overview
      2. IP Multicast–Enabled Intranet
      3. IGMP
      4. Routing and Remote Access Service IP Multicast Support
      5. Supported Multicast Configurations
      6. IP Multicast Troubleshooting Tools
      7. Additional Resources
    5. IPX Routing
      1. Windows 2000 and IPX Routing
      2. IPX Packet Filtering
      3. RIP for IPX
      4. SAP for IPX
      5. NetBIOS Broadcasts
      6. Additional Resources
    6. Demand-Dial Routing
      1. Introduction to Demand-Dial Routing
      2. Demand-Dial Routing Process
      3. Demand-Dial Routing Security
      4. Creating User Accounts with the Demand-Dial Wizard
      5. Preventing Demand-Dial Connections
      6. Demand-Dial Routing and Routing Protocols
      7. IPX Demand-Dial Connections
      8. Troubleshooting Demand-Dial Routing
  4. Remote Access
    1. Remote Access Server
      1. Remote Access Overview
      2. Remote Access Server Architecture
      3. Point-to-Point Protocol
      4. PPP Authentication Protocols
      5. Remote Access and TCP/IP and IPX
      6. Remote Access Policies
      7. Multilink and Bandwidth Allocation Protocol
      8. Remote Access Server and IP Multicast Support
      9. Troubleshooting the Remote Access Server
    2. Internet Authentication Service
      1. IAS Overview
      2. RADIUS Protocol
      3. IAS Authentication
      4. IAS Authorization
      5. IAS Accounting
      6. IAS Authentication and Windows Domain Modes
      7. Security Considerations
      8. Performance Tuning and Optimization
      9. Troubleshooting
    3. Virtual Private Networking
      1. Virtual Private Networking Overview
      2. Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol
      3. Layer Two Tunneling Protocol and Internet Protocol Security
      4. VPN Security
      5. Addressing and Routing for VPNs
      6. VPNs and Firewalls
      7. VPNs and Network Address Translators
      8. Pass-Through VPN Scenario
      9. Troubleshooting VPNs
      10. Additional Resources
  5. Interoperability
    1. Interoperability with IBM Host Systems
      1. Overview of Microsoft SNA Server
      2. Network Integration Methods
      3. Communications with Hierarchical SNA Networks
      4. Communications with Peer-to-Peer SNA Networks
      5. Heterogeneous Client Services
      6. Host Print Services
      7. LAN-to-Host Security
      8. Host Data Access
      9. Host Application Integration Using COMTI
      10. Host Transaction Integration
      11. Web-to-Host Integration
      12. Network Management Integration
      13. Additional Resources
    2. Services for UNIX
      1. Overview
      2. File Sharing with NFS
      3. Telnet Server and Client
      4. Password Synchronization
      5. UNIX Utilities and Korn Shell
      6. Additional Resources
    3. Interoperability with NetWare
      1. Windows 2000 Services for NetWare
      2. NWLink
      3. Gateway Service and Client Service
      4. NetWare Administration Through Windows 2000
      5. Windows 2000 and NetWare Security
      6. Accessing NetWare Volumes
      7. Login Scripts
      8. Troubleshooting Windows 2000 and NetWare Connectivity
      9. Additional Resources
    4. Services for Macintosh
      1. Overview
      2. AppleTalk
      3. AppleTalk Networking and Routing
      4. File Services for Macintosh
      5. Print Server for Macintosh
      6. Remote Access
      7. Troubleshooting
      8. Additional Resources
  6. Media Integration
    1. Asynchronous Transfer Mode
      1. Introduction to ATM
      2. ATM Overview
      3. ATM Architecture
      4. Windows 2000 ATM Services
      5. Best Practices
      6. Troubleshooting
      7. Additional Resources
    2. Telephony Integration and Conferencing
      1. Introduction to Windows 2000 Telephony and Conferencing
      2. TAPI Architecture
      3. Client/Server Telephony
      4. Internet Telephony and Conferencing
      5. Troubleshooting
      6. Additional Resources
  7. Other Protocols
    1. NetBEUI
      1. Overview of Windows 2000 NetBEUI
      2. Interoperability Using NBF
      3. Architecture of NBF
      4. Network Communication Methods
      5. NBF Dynamically Allocates Memory
      6. NBF Supports Remote Access Clients
      7. NBF Session Limit
      8. Establishing Sessions
      9. Limited Network Routing Using NBF
      10. Plug and Play
      11. Troubleshooting NetBEUI
    2. Data Link Control
      1. Overview of Data Link Control
      2. Installing the DLC Protocol
      3. DLC Driver Parameters in the Registry
      4. Communicating with SNA Hosts Using DLC
      5. Using DLC to Connect to Print Devices
      6. Additional Resources
  8. Appendixes
    1. IBM SNA Interoperability Concepts
      1. IBM Host Integration
      2. Microsoft SNA Server
      3. IBM Systems Network Architecture
      4. Hierarchical SNA Networks
      5. Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking
      6. SNA in Transition
      7. Host Application Standards
      8. Terminal Access
      9. Host Database Standards
      10. Host Transaction Processing
      11. IBM NetView Network Management System
      12. Additional Resources
    2. Unix Interoperability Concepts
      1. Hierarchical File Structure
      2. Kernel
      3. Root
      4. UNIX Implementations
      5. UNIX Printing
      6. UNIX Man Pages
    3. Windows 2000 Resource Kit Deployment Lab
      1. Windows 2000 Resource Kit Deployment Scenarios Web Site
      2. Resource Kit Deployment Lab Partners
      3. Routers
      4. Switches
      5. Servers
      6. Desktop Computers
      7. Portable Computers
    4. Glossary
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      4. A
      5. B
      6. C
      7. D
      8. E
      9. F
      10. G
      11. H
      12. I
      13. J
      14. K
      15. L
      16. M
      17. N
      18. O
      19. P
      20. Q
      21. R
      22. S
      23. T
      24. U
      25. V
      26. W
      27. Z
  9. Index