Mastering NetWare 5.1

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Here's the industry's most comprehensive guide to NetWare 5.1 networks. In practical, readable discussions, NetWare expert James Gaskin shows you how to integrate NetWare 5.1 into an existing NetWare environment, how to build a NetWare network from scratch, and how to use NetWare 5.1's new features for application serving and e-commerce. You'll learn how to handle network planning, installation, and migration; integrate NetWare with NT and Unix; manage internetworking protocols; and install and expand NDS. Gaskin...
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Overview

Here's the industry's most comprehensive guide to NetWare 5.1 networks. In practical, readable discussions, NetWare expert James Gaskin shows you how to integrate NetWare 5.1 into an existing NetWare environment, how to build a NetWare network from scratch, and how to use NetWare 5.1's new features for application serving and e-commerce. You'll learn how to handle network planning, installation, and migration; integrate NetWare with NT and Unix; manage internetworking protocols; and install and expand NDS. Gaskin shows you how to make the most of NetWare's powerful features, including the migration gateway that allows for seamless IP/IPX coexistence, the ConsoleOne Java interface, Novell Storage Services, and Novell Distributed Print Services. This book includes hundreds of illustrations, tips, and an essential troubleshooting guide.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780782127720
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/1/2000
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Pages: 1368
  • Product dimensions: 7.79 (w) x 9.32 (h) x 2.34 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction

PART I SETTING UP THE NETWORK

Chapter 1 Planning Your Network Before Installation

Chapter 2 Preparing Your NetWare 5.1 Server Machine

Chapter 3 Installing a NetWare 5.1 Server

Chapter 4 Novell Directory Services: Overview, Planning, Expansion

Chapter 5 Connecting PC Clients to Your Network

PART II MANAGING THE NETWORK

Chapter 6 Creating and Managing User Objects

Chapter 7 Handling More Than One User at a Time

Chapter 8 Arranging Network Printing

Chapter 9 Securing Your NetWare 5.1 Network

Chapter 10 NetWare 5.1 Administrator Duties and Tools

Chapter 11 Providing Applications for Your Network Clients

Chapter 12 Teaching Your Clients to Use the Network

Chapter 13 Integrating NetWare 5.1 with Windows NT

PART III NETWARE, TCP/IP, AND THE INTERNET

Chapter 14 NetWare 5.1 TCP/IP Support 851

Chapter 15 DHCP and DNS Support 913

PART IV TAKING ADVANTAGE OF SPECIAL NETWORK FEATURES

Chapter 16 NetWare 5.1 and Remote Access

Chapter 17 Using NetWare 5.1 Enhancements and Special Features

Chapter 18 Troubleshooting Your Network 1

PART V APPENDICES

A Upgrades, Migration, and Windows 95/98

Client and Server Installation Support

B How NetWare 5.1 Differs from Earlier Versions

C NetWare 5.1 SET Commands

D DOS—Based NetWare Clients and Utilities

E Using Macintoshes with NetWare 5.1 1

F Recommended Reading

Glossary

INDEX

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