Beyond DHCP — Work Your TCP/IP Internetwork with Dynamic IP explores
important network design issues for today’s modern mixed intranets. The
authors discuss many different platforms, including Windows 95, Windows
98, Windows NT, OS/2 Warp, OS/2 Warp Server, AIX, Macintosh, WorkSpace
On-Demand, Linux, Solaris, and others. The book examines how to connect
these systems in a reliable, flexible, high-performance TCP/IP network.
When confronted with thorny TCP/IP problems, network specialists, support
staff, network managers, and other technicians, can refer to this book to
troubleshoot network outages and to prevent them from recurring. The
authors emphasize cost-effective remote management and dynamic setup,
providing real world examples of DHCP and DDNS technologies applied to
roaming users, intelligent Web browsing, software distribution, printing, PPP
dial-up, and other network needs.