Linux: Networking for Your Office

Linux: Networking for Your Office

by Roderick W. Smith
     
 
SOHO Linux Networking provides all the answers you need when setting up a Linux server in a SOHO (small office, home office) environment, or as a subnetwork off of a larger organization's network. This book combines information documented in existing Linux material such as HOWTOs, individual package documentation, and other books into a single package, complete with

Overview

SOHO Linux Networking provides all the answers you need when setting up a Linux server in a SOHO (small office, home office) environment, or as a subnetwork off of a larger organization's network. This book combines information documented in existing Linux material such as HOWTOs, individual package documentation, and other books into a single package, complete with Red Hat Linux on CD.

  • Contains better, more current coverage of file and printer sharing with MacO/S and Windows clients as well as update coverage of IP Masquerading and kernel configuration (under the Linux kernel version 2.2)
  • Includes coverage of Macintosh/Linux networking
  • Instructions on using a Linux box as the "gateway" to the Internet for several computers, using a single PPP link, cable modem, xDSL service, or other network IP address
  • CD-ROM contains RedHat 6.0

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780672317927
    Publisher:
    Sams
    Publication date:
    12/01/1999
    Edition description:
    Book & CD-ROM
    Pages:
    618
    Product dimensions:
    7.46(w) x 9.16(h) x 1.54(d)

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