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including information related to Microsoft products, courses, certifications, links to technical articles, books, downloads, Q&As, tips & tricks, security and more.
tutorials to help provide you with a solid foundation and understanding of basic networking protocols and techniques.
From the basics and on up.
Linux High Performance SCSI &
From what it is, why you should use it, choosing the right I/O setup,
optimizing your setup, the Linux SCSI subsystem and more.
Build your own Home Server
Cable/DSL or Dial-up Connection
This guide covers purchasing components, choosing operating system and
installation, client computer configuration, getting a free domain name, setting up as an FTP
server, web server, file/print server and configuring clients to use folders and printers. Nicely
laid out and informative.
These pages describe how to share a single dial-up, ISDN, cable or xDSL internet
connection among multiple computers on your LAN. (Windows and MacOS configurations are
Charles Spurgeon's Ethernet Web
Cisco Connection Documentation
Very readable and great illustrations, also. This site provides extensive
information about Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) local area network (LAN) technology, including the original
10 Megabit per second (Mbps) system, the 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet system (802.3u), and the Gigabit
Ethernet system (802.3z).
Online installation and configuration guides for all Cisco products, switch
software guides, configuration notes, and more. Complete user guides and useful technology
Windows NT FAQ's
NT FAQ's or download the complete FAQ. Also, multiple NT topic discussion areas for
more targeted results. Updated at least every Monday. (WOW)
CHECK THIS OUT! Info upon info. Very resourceful.
Windows NT ® Tips, Tricks, Registry Hacks and more...
Certainly for anyone seeking answers to NT/2000 administration questions. It looks
like over 2000 to date and new dirt is added daily. WOW.
Jon has put together this great guide to wiring your house for a home network,
through his own experience of learning the hard way with a lack of information. Very informative.
World of Windows Networking
Linux Online - How to Documents
Great FAQ's for Windows95 / 98 / NT4 Networking, and trouble shooting. Dig
around...there really is some useful info here.
Incredible number of Linux "how to's". Very useful if you're looking for
a step-by-step set of instructions. A lot more on this Linux site also.
At Home With Network Cabling
The Home PC Network site
Plug in for the
EIA/TIA-568A standard on structured cabling, and the reality of
wiring your own home. Good dirt here from Mike & Anne Combs. Well done.
The site for information on home PC networks. This site is designed for
"regular people" (without electrical engineering degrees) by regular people who each have
more than 10 years of real world experience with home networks.
Network Computing Online Home Page
Novell - NetWare Users International
Great resource! Info, how to, up to date news etc. from
Novel networking info page
Welcome to Bala's Networking & UNIX Page
Network Administrator's Survival Handbook
Fast Track, UNIX, TCP/IP,
SNMP, World Wide Web HTML, JAVA, CGI, ATM, Ethernet,
Token Ring Advanced, NetWorks , USENIX, World Wide Web Org, Internet InterNIC, ANSI, Freeware
You will find basic instructions on installing and configuring network hardware and
software, answers to common networking questions and more. The online version of NASH also includes
links to many other information servers on the Internet.
UNIX help for users
Helpful information for users of the UNIX operating system, developed at the
University of Edinburgh
Windows NT Server
Yahoo! Computers and Internet: Communications and Networking
Windows NT Server homepage from Microsoft.
Quite a few good references...
The UNIX Page
A number of different sources on computing in the UNIX environment.