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How To Build A Home Network. Houliang Li December 4, 1999. I. Review of Home LANs. History of home LANs Why do we need home LANs? The best model for your home LAN. Contact [email protected] FOR MORE INFO. History of home LANs.

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how to build a home network

How To Build A Home Network

Houliang Li

December 4, 1999

i review of home lans
I. Review of Home LANs
  • History of home LANs
  • Why do we need home LANs?
  • The best model for your home LAN

Contact [email protected]

FOR MORE INFO...

history of home lans
History of home LANs
  • Phase I: Single computer in a home
  • Phase II: Two machines in a home
  • Phase III: Home LANs inspired by the Internet
  • Phase IV: The future of home LANs
why do we need home lans
Why do we need home LANs?
  • File sharing
  • Resource sharing
  • Equipment revival
  • Cost cutting

Contact [email protected]

FOR MORE INFO...

the best model for your home lan
The best model for your home LAN
  • Peer-to-peer network
  • Client/server network
  • Hybrid network
ii the physical network for your home lan
II. The Physical Network for Your Home LAN
  • Comparing different topologies
  • Network interface cards
  • Alternative approaches to Home LAN
comparing different topologies
Comparing different topologies
  • The bus topology
  • The star topology
  • The token ring

FOR MORE INFO...

Contact [email protected]

network interface cards
Network interface cards
  • Internal NIC
    • BNC type NIC
    • RJ-45 type NIC
    • BNC/RJ-45 combo card
network interface cards cont
Network interface cards (cont.)
  • External NIC
    • PCMCIA type II combo card
    • USB Ethernet converter
iii communication protocols for your home lan
III. Communication Protocols for Your Home LAN
  • Networking protocol stacks
  • Choosing your best protocols

FOR MORE INFO...

Contact [email protected]

networking protocol stacks
Networking protocol stacks
  • NetBEUI
  • IPX/SPX
  • TCP/IP

FOR MORE INFO...

Contact [email protected]

choosing your best protocols
Choosing your best protocols
  • If you do not plan to share Internet access...
  • If you need to share your only phone line and ISP account...
  • If you are a multi-player gaming enthusiast...

FOR MORE INFO...

Contact [email protected]

iv configuring your machines on the lan
IV. Configuring Your Machines on the LAN
  • Checking and adding network components
  • Software configuration
  • Sharing resources
  • Mapping shared resources

FOR MORE INFO...

Contact [email protected]

checking and adding network components
Checking and adding network components
  • Client for Microsoft Networks
  • Look for the newly installed NIC
  • File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks
  • Add missing components

FOR MORE INFO...

Contact [email protected]

software configuration
Software configuration
  • Configure TCP/IP stack
  • File and Print Sharing
  • Primary Network Logon
  • Removing useless network components
  • Setting up Identification and Access Control tabs
sharing resources
Sharing resources

FOR MORE INFO...

v using and maintaining your home lan
V. Using and Maintaining Your Home LAN
  • Welcome to the networked world of the new millennium
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