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Installing TCP/IP without a NIC

Microsoft has included a loopback adapter that allows you to test TCP/IP without having a network card installed. To install the loopback adapter, do the following: Start the Control Panel (Start | Settings | Control Panel). Double-click on the Network...

Troubleshooting TCP/IP in five steps

Since TCP/IP is the protocol of choice among admins in the NT world, here are five quick steps to troubleshoot connectivity issues if machines don't seem to be able to contact each other: Ping the IP address of a remote...

Port numbers?

Ever wondered what a port number is and where it comes from? In a TCP/IP-based network such as the Internet, port numbers are assigned to application programs running in the computer. They're used to connect incoming data to the appropriate...

Private IP ranges

Ever wonder what the correct IP addresses are for use internally? Here's a list of the recommended IP address ranges you can use for hosts that don't require direct access to the Internet. These addresses are filtered by Internet Routers...

Using DLC for network printers

Most of us probably use TCP/IP as the protocol of choice in our networks. However, you may have to support a small office where you'd prefer to use an easier-to-configure protocol like NetBEUI. But here's the rub—you've got an HP...

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