Sample chapter: Windows Server 2012 R2 Inside Out: Networking with TCP/IP

TCP/IP is the backbone for Microsoft Windows networks. It is required for internetwork communications and for accessing the Internet. Before you can implement TCP/IP networking, you should understand IP addressing conventions, subnetting options, and name-resolution techniques—all of which are covered in this sample chapter from William Stanek’s Windows Server 2012 R2 Inside Out: Services, Security, & Infrastructure (9780735682559).

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  1. Aniruddha says:


    Can anyone tell me How many questions generally i would get in MTA .NET Exam.I would like a detailed information about the types of questions.Are they really only MCQ questions!

    Thanks Aniruddha

  2. gourishankar nemani says:

    I could  understand the evolution of MS DOS from punched card  which I  operated on the computer of Kuljain  corporation in Calcutta  in 1969 on their punched card  system  I could not understand the evolution o windows from msdos can  you throw some light on this tube light which even Addison did not know

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