Mastering Windows, UNIX and NetWare

Preface

Many computer networks are now a hybrid of different types, typically a mixture of two or more different operating systems. These systems must successfully integrate for the complete system to operate properly, whether it is in terms of its compatibility, its security or its ease-of-use. The main aim of this book is to cover the configuration, architecture and networking of the three of the most popular networking operating systems - Microsoft Windows, Novell NetWare and UNIX.


Author:
Dr W.Buchanan,
Napier University,
Edinburgh.

Downloads:
None yet


Contents

Introduction
Networking Fundamentals
Ethernet Networks
TCP/IP
TCP. IP Version 6 and TCP/IP Commands
SNMP, Wins and DHCP
Microsoft Windows
Windows NT
Windows Networking
Windows Registry
NetWare
NDS and NetWare 4
UNIX Networking and Processes
X-Windows
WWW
Intranets and Security
Internet Routing Protocol
HTTP/Socket Programming
Common Abbreviations
Glossary of Common Terms
Miscellaneous
UNIX Network Start-up Files

Typos

Page 355 [Net7 was 1.6 should be Net7 was 1.3, and via router 5 should be via router 4]

Send comments

Please complete the following details:

Your name (Surname, First name):

E-mail:


Please add you comments:

 

Contacts

S.Tipple, Editor, Palgrave. E-mail: s.tipple@palgrave.com
W.Buchanan, Series Editor, Computing and IT. E-mail: w.buchanan@napier.ac.uk

RECOMMENDED READING AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE!

 

Paperback - 464 pages (June 1999)
Palgrave, formerly Macmillan Press; ISBN: 0333748050