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70-270: MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows XP Professional Second Edition, Enhanced Chapter 7: Windows XP Network Protocols
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 2 Objectives Understand networking in Windows XP Understand Windows XP networking protocols Configure and use TCP/IP protocols and services Access NetWare servers and services from Windows XP Understand Windows XP Remote tools
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 3 Windows XP Network Overview Most versatile Windows operating system Supports local area network (LAN) connections Supports emerging wireless technologies Improved on the remote access support found in previous versions Can function as: Client Server (limited) Both
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 4 Windows XP Network Overview (continued) Can function as: Client Server (limited) Both Networking components can be added and removed
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 5 Network Protocols Supported by Windows XP Major protocols: TCP/IP NWLink
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 6 TCP/IP All-embracing suite of protocols Covers a wide range of capabilities Been around for a long time Most common networking protocol Used by the Internet
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 7 TCP/IP Advantages Supports networking services better than the other Windows XP protocols Multiple routing protocols Good error detection and handling Works with most kinds of computers
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 8 TCP/IP Disadvantages Not fast Not easy to use Requires Fair degree of expertise Careful planning Constant maintenance and attention Mass of information and detail work
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 9 NWLink (IPX/SPX) Microsoft implementation of Novell’s Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange (IPX/SPX) protocol stack Works with the Network Device Interface Specification (NDIS) driver technology
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 10 NetBEUI and DLC NetBIOS Extended User Interface (NetBEUI) Data Link Control (DLC) Greatly deemphasized in XP
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 11 Networking Under Windows XP Controlled by a single multifaceted interface that combines networking access for: LAN Internet Modem
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 12 Wireless Networking Supports IEEE 802.11 wireless standards Also known as Wi-Fi networks Base station Supports one or more clients NIC Client must have wireless NIC
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Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced 13 The Windows XP Network Bridge Layer 2 bridge between two or more network interfaces Connects network segments No need to purchase separate bridge or router Only single bridge per system supported Only similar interfaces can be bridged
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