This book offers readers practical guidelines for building networks with a wide variety of configurations for all types of computing environments, including DOS, UNIX, OS/2 and Windows NT. Internetworking is also addressed, through product reviews, hardware recommendations, and a complete discussion of implementation strategies.BAT REM a BW install placed this line near the beginning C:\BWTCP\NDlS\ NETBlND REM a BW install placed these lines at the end to ... net link lpt1 : \\ sun_host\serial_for_PCs ; a Protocol.ini [protocol manager] drivername = PROTMAN$ [SMCMAC_NlF] drivername = SMCMAC$ irq =5 ... DOS REM a (No TSR TCP/lP stack for Chameleon - 100% DLL stack) REM a Lines at the end of AUTOEXEC.
|Title||:||DOS-UNIX networking and internetworking|
|Author||:||Michael J. Burgard, Mike Burgard, Kenneth D. Phillips|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1994|