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Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT4 (Win95/98) , Windows 2000 , Windows XP , Trouble-Shooting / Indexes / General


Network Basics:

  Created/modified :
  Thin Ethernet (10base2)
  Twisted Pair Ethernet (10baseT/UTP)
  Twisted Pair Ethernet (10baseT/UTP) Crossed Cable Wiring
  Twisted Pair Ethernet / FastEthernet (100baseTX/100BaseT4)
  Gigabit-Ethernet (1000baseT)
  Twisted Pair versus Coax
  Network Speed Differences
  Large Networks: 5-4-3 Rule
  Repeaters, Hubs, Bridges and Switches
  Network Basics
  Which protocol to use ?
  Access to Disks via the Network
  TCP/IP basics
  Which IP-address did we get ?
  TCP/IP advanced: Ports
  Personal Firewall
  TCP/IP and WAN
  Proxy
  IPX/SPX basics
  Addressing a Card
  What is an Interrupt ?
  What is Routing ?
  Setup TCP/IP Routing
  Network card installation and IRQ/INT: ISA
  Network card installation : PCI
  Device Manager
  Network card Diagnostics
  Interrupt sharing on PCI-devices
  Network Speed and Access Method
  Direct-Cable Connection Introduction
  USB Networking Indroduction
  ADSL
  NetMeeting for Remote Assistence
  Under the hood : Network Neighborhood / My Network Places / Find Computer
  Infra-Red Communication
  WLAN Wireless Networking
  WLAN Access Point Setup
  WLAN PC-Card setup
  make the WLAN secure
  USB Ethernet Adapters


Step-by-Step Procedure:

  Created/modified :
  Step-by-Step
  Decide on the Networking Type
  Decide on Brand of Network card
  Decide on names and protocol
  Required CD-ROM's and Floppy Disks's
  Check your current network configuration
  Installation of the Network Card
  Installation of Network Card Driver
  Adjust the Network Configuration for Windows95/98/ME
  Adjust the Network Configuration for Windows2000
  Test the Network Connection
  Give Permission to access your resources (Sharing) (Win95/98/ME)
  Give Permission to access your resources (Sharing) (Win2000 / XP Prof)
  Give Permission to access your resources (Sharing ) XP Home
  Network Neighborhood / My Network Places
  Print via the Network
  Secure your system against Internet Access
  Who is connected to your system
  Universal Naming Convention
  Map a Network drive
  Backup
  Backup: Media Sets
  Backup Methods


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