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Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server TCP/IP Core Networking Guide

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Deploy and support Windows 2000 TCP/IP-based networking; Manage TCP/IP configuration and name resolution with Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name System (DNS), and the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS); Prioritize network traffic and maximize bandwidth using Quality of Service (QoS); Help ensure privacy and security among your network communications with Internet Protocol Security (IPSec); Use Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to manage network resources

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. Introduction
  3. Windows 2000 TCP/IP
    1. Introduction to TCP/IP
      1. TCP/IP Protocol Suite
      2. TCP/IP Protocol Architecture
      3. IP Addressing
      4. Name Resolution
      5. IP Routing
      6. Physical Address Resolution
      7. Additional Resources
    2. Windows 2000 TCP/IP
      1. Overview of Windows 2000 TCP/IP
      2. Architecture of Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows 2000
      3. NDIS Interface and Below
      4. Core Protocol Stack Components
      5. Network Application Interfaces
      6. Client Services and Components
      7. Additional Resources
    3. TCP/IP Troubleshooting
      1. Overview of TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools
      2. Troubleshooting Overview
      3. Unable to Reach a Host or NetBIOS Name
      4. Unable to Reach an IP Address
      5. Troubleshooting IP Routing
      6. Troubleshooting Services
      7. Additional Resources
  4. Address Allocation and Name Resolution
    1. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
      1. What Is DHCP?
      2. DHCP Lease Process
      3. Managing Scopes
      4. Preventing Address Conflicts
      5. Managing DHCP Options
      6. Multicast DHCP
      7. DHCP Database
      8. Supporting BOOTP Clients
      9. Planning for DHCP
      10. DHCP Scenarios
      11. Troubleshooting
      12. Additional Resources
    2. Introduction to DNS
      1. Introduction to the Domain Name System
      2. DNS Servers
      3. Name Resolution
      4. Resource Records and Zones
      5. Zone Transfer
      6. Dynamic Update
      7. DNS Standards
      8. Additional Resources
    3. Windows 2000 DNS
      1. Introduction to the Windows 2000 Implementation of DNS
      2. Naming Hosts and Domains
      3. Windows 2000 Resolver
      4. Setting Up DNS for Active Directory
      5. Active Directory Integration and Multimaster Replication
      6. Dynamic Update and Secure Dynamic Update
      7. Aging and Scavenging of Stale Records
      8. Integration with WINS
      9. Interoperability with Other DNS Servers
      10. Internet Access Considerations
      11. Troubleshooting
      12. Additional Resources
    4. Windows Internet Name Service
      1. WINS Overview
      2. Origins of WINS
      3. Microsoft WINS Clients
      4. Microsoft WINS Servers
      5. WINS Database
      6. WINS Replication
      7. Managing WINS Servers
      8. Deploying Microsoft WINS Service
      9. Decommissioning WINS
      10. Interoperability
      11. Troubleshooting WINS
      12. Resources
  5. Network Security and Management
    1. Internet Protocol Security
      1. Security Issues with IP
      2. Introducing IPSec
      3. Services
      4. IPSec Protocol Types
      5. IPSec Components
      6. Tunneling
      7. IPSec Policy Structure
      8. IPSec Planning
      9. Common IPSec Example
      10. Troubleshooting
      11. Additional Resources
    2. Quality of Service
      1. What is QoS?
      2. Invoking QoS
      3. Traffic Control
      4. Resource Reservation Protocol
      5. Windows 2000 QoS Support
      6. Windows 2000 QoS Admission Control Service
      7. QoS Admission Control Policies
      8. Defining QoS ACS Policies
      9. Troubleshooting
      10. Additional Resources
    3. Simple Network Management Protocol
      1. What is SNMP?
      2. Overview of SNMP
      3. Windows 2000 SNMP Agent Properties
      4. Security
      5. Architecture of Windows 2000 SNMP
      6. Special Considerations in Implementing SNMP
      7. SNMP Tools
      8. Registry Settings
      9. Troubleshooting SNMP
      10. Additional Resources
  6. Appendixes
    1. OSI Model
      1. OSI Layers
      2. Data Flow in the OSI Model
      3. Vertical Interface Terminology in the OSI Model
    2. Windows 2000 Network Architecture
      1. Overview of Windows 2000 Network Architecture
      2. Network Driver Interface Specification
      3. Network Protocols
      4. Transport Driver Interface
      5. Network Application Programming Interfaces
      6. Interprocess Communication
      7. Basic Network Services
      8. Additional Resources
    3. TCP and UDP Port Assignments
      1. Port Assignments and Protocol Numbers
      2. Port Assignments for Commonly-Used Services
      3. Protocol Numbers
      4. Additional Resources
    4. TCP/IP Remote Utilities
      1. Finger
      2. Ftp
      3. Rcp
      4. Rexec
      5. Rsh
      6. Telnet
      7. Tftp
    5. DHCP Options
      1. Basic Options (RFC 1497)
      2. IP Host Options
      3. IP Interface Options
      4. Link Layer Options
      5. TCP Options
      6. Application Layer Options
      7. NetBIOS over TCP/IP Options
      8. Vendor-Specific Options
      9. User Class Options
      10. DHCP Extensions
      11. Options Not Defined
      12. Microsoft Options
    6. DHCP Message Formats
      1. DHCP Messages
    7. MIB Object Types
      1. Management Information Base
      2. Additional Resources
    8. LMHOSTS File
      1. Using the LMHOSTS File to Find Computers and Services
      2. Creating the LMHOSTS File
      3. Configuring TCP/IP to Use LMHOSTS Name Resolution
      4. Maintaining the LMHOSTS File
      5. Troubleshooting the LMHOSTS File
    9. Windows 2000 Browser Service
      1. Introduction to the Browser Service
      2. Windows 2000 Browser System Overview
      3. Browser Elections
      4. Browser Announcements
      5. Browser Requests
      6. Number of Browsers in a Domain or Workgroup
      7. Browser Shutdown or Failure
      8. Browse Service Across Multiple Workgroups and Domains
      9. Computers Running Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95, and Windows 98 as Master Browsers
      10. Registration and Propagation
      11. Testing Techniques
  7. Glossary
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    3. 10
    4. A
    5. B
    6. C
    7. D
    8. E
    9. F
    10. G
    11. H
    12. I
    13. K
    14. L
    15. M
    16. N
    17. O
    18. P
    19. Q
    20. R
    21. S
    22. T
    23. U
    24. V
    25. W
    26. Z
  8. Index