Troubleshooting Windows 2000 TCP/IP
Syngress, Debra Littlejohn Shinder, Thomas W. Shinder M.D.
book is an important ally in keeping your Windows 2000 TCP/IP network
Excerpt from Foreward by Ted Rohling, Chief Technical Officer, Decision Networks, Inc.
TCP/IP is a set of protocols developed to allow cooperating computers to share resources across a network. Some of the largest networks today are built on the TCP/IP protocol suite. Understanding how TCP/IP is "supposed" to work is not enough for today's network managers. In this book, readers will learn to prevent, detect, troubleshoot, and correct TCP/IP network problems as they migrate to a Windows 2000 environment.
from Win2K Newsletter:
"TCP/IP is a standard networking protocol included in all Windows OS-es, but now the default in W2K. This book focuses on the MS implementation in W2K. It has guides for planning, testing and deploying a W2K TCP/IP network. A great troubleshooting help when you have connectivity problems. Check: www.syngress.com"
From the Windows 2000 Magazine weekly update:
"TCP/IP is a set of protocols that let computers share resources across a network. "Troubleshooting Windows 2000 TCP/IP" shows readers how to use products such as distributed sniffers, field-metering tools, and protocol analyzers to discover what's going on (and going wrong) in a live Windows 2000 (Win2K) TCP/IP network. You'll learn how to monitor a Win2K network and identify and correct protocol errors, DNS route problems, application faults, and slow response times. Beginning with an overview of the technology and concluding with a fast-track summary, "Troubleshooting Windows 2000 TCP/IP" teaches skills through easy-to-read chapters written by subject-matter experts."
Both books, shipped to you and available for download immediately upon purchase.
A $109.90 Value!