TCP-IP for Windows

Introduction

Introduction to TCP/IP
TCP/IP and OSI Models
Connection Controls and Windowing

IP Addressing

What is an IP Address?
ANDing Addresses
Classes
Solutions for Classes
A Binary Lesson
Solutions for Binary
Subnetting
Borrowing Bits
Solutions for Borrowing
Subnet Numbers
Subnet Masks
Solutions for Masks
Address Ranges
Solutions for Ranges
Practice 1
Solutions for Practice 1
Practice 2
Solutions for Practice 2
Windows Calculator
IP Version 6

Installation of the Protocol Suite

Windows 2000 Professional (W2K)
Windows NT 4.0 (NT 4)

DHCP

DHCP Services on NT 4
DHCP Relay Agents
Configuring Scopes on NT 4
Scope Options
DHCP on W2K
Configuring Scopes on W2K
Configuring Superscopes
Configuring Multicast Scopes
Configuring DHCP Clients
Compacting DHCP

WINS and LMHOSTS

Name Resolution
LMHOSTS
WINS on W2K
WINS on NT 4.0
WINS Client
WINS Proxy Agent
Name Registration
NetBios over TCP/IP
Adding Static Mappings
Linking WINS and DNS
Replication on W2K
Replication on NT 4
Compacting the Database
Backing up the Database
Restoring the Database

DNS and HOSTS

Configuring HOSTS
Installing DNS
Adding Zones
Adding Host Records
Record Types
Reverse Lookup Zones
DNS Server Roles
Configuring DNS on W2K
Adding Zones on W2K
Dynamic DNS
DNS and the Active Directory

Communication Options

RAS
Mixed Environments
TCP/IP Printing
Virtual Private Networks
Monitoring TCP/IP

IP Routing

Routing on W2K
Routing on NT 4
The Route Command
ARP

Monitoring

Installation of SNMP
Performance Monitor
Setting Up Network Monitor
Using Network Monitor

Troubleshooting

Using PING
Using TraceRT
Using IPCONFIG
Using NSLOOKUP
NETSTAT
NBSTAT
Resolving Gateway Problem