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Drew Heywood's Windows 2000 Network Services, 1st edition

  • Drew Heywood
  • Zubair Ahmad

Published by Sams Publishing (February 28th 2001) - Copyright © 2001

1st edition

Drew Heywood's Windows 2000 Network Services

ISBN-13: 9780672317415

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Overview

Drew Heywood's Networking Windows 2000 highlights the crucial aspects of networking--such as hardware configuration and the core Windows 2000 networking issues--so the reader can successfully and efficiently setup and administer a Windows 2000 network. This book is a reference for the networking professional who needs to learn how to anticipate and solve problems before they happen. A networking professional must understand the inner workings of Windows 2000 and how it relates to and communicates with other products, such as NetWare, UNIX, and Linux as network operating systems. To address these issues, the reader is presented with well-crafted coverage of the most vital networking components of the Windows 2000 family. Its detailed coverage will enable administrators to differentiate the features and technology changes from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000. This will be one of the first Windows 2000 networking titles that will be tested against the actual shipping product, versus the early books based on beta code and RC3. This allows the author to provide more accurate information based on real-world deployment case studies. Readers will benefit from the author's expert discussions of topics including: Installation Planning and Execution, TCP/IP Protocols, Domain Name Services (DNS), Active Directory, Managing Domains, Domain Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), Terminal Services and Thin Clients, and Internet Information Services (IIS).

Table of contents



Introduction.


1. Installation: Planning and Execution.

Planning for Installation.

Planning TCP/IP. Planning the Directory. A Learning and Planning Roadmap.

Identifying a Windows 2000 Computer. Windows 2000 Installation and Network Services. Configuring Local Area Network Connections.

Using Network and Dial-Up Connections. Configuring the Internet Protocol Component. Configuring the NWLink (IPX/SPX) Protocol Component.

Installing Windows 2000 Components. Using the Microsoft Management Console.

The Console Tree. The Details Pane. Creating Custom MMC Consoles. Saving Custom Consoles. Starting Consoles. Creating Shortcuts for Consoles. Modifying Consoles Saved in User Mode.

Installing the Windows Support Tools. The Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit. Microsoft Knowledge Base. Now On with the Show.


2. TCP/IP Protocol Concepts.

Obtaining TCP/IP Documentation. The TCP/IP Protocol Stack.

The Internet Protocol Model. The Network Access Layer. SNAP Encapsulation. Packet Delivery. The Internet Layer. The Host-to-Host Layer. The Process/Application Layer.

IP Addressing.

IP Address Representation. IP Address Classes. Special IP Addresses. Examples of Class-Based Addressing. The Problem with IP Address Classes. Subnetting. Default Subnet Masks. Supernetting. Classless IP Addresses. Obtaining IP Addresses. The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.

Those Are the Basics.


3. The Domain Name System.

DNS Architecture.

The Domain Hierarchy. Domain Names. Making DNS Queries. Resource Records.

Deploying DNS Servers.

Servicing a Zone with Multiple Name Servers. Delegating Authority. Reducing WAN Traffic with Forwarding DNS Servers. Reverse Lookup Zones.

Managing DNS in a Small Domain.

Installing the DNS Server Service. Managing Remote DNS Servers. Configuring the DNS Server. Creating the Primary Forward Lookup Zone. Creating the Primary Reverse Lookup Zone. Creating a Secondary Forward Lookup Zone. Creating a Secondary Reverse Lookup Zone. Modifying Zone Properties. Managing Resource Records. Supporting Aliases. Scaling DNS for Large Networks. Supporting Round Robin Addressing.

Configuring Reverse Lookup Zones to Support Classless IP Addresses. Importing and Exporting BIND Databases.

Importing Data from BIND. Exporting Data to BIND. BIND Database File Formats. Reverse Lookup Database Files. The Cache Database File.

Integrating DNS Zones with Active Directory. Using NSLOOKUP.

Making Noninteractive Queries. Making Interactive Queries.

Now, You're the DNS Master.


4. Active Directory Concepts.

The Active Directory Architecture.

Objects, Attributes, Classes, and Schemas. Security Principles.

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