Windows NT TCP/IP Network Administration

Errata for Windows NT TCP/IP Network Administration

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page xvi

The last line used to read: "http://www.ttgnet.com/nttcp.html" It now reads: "http://www.ttgnet.com/rbt/books/nttcp/nttcp_error.html"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 44
In the Summary, second from last paragraph last sentence used

to read: "Open Shortest Route First (OSPF)" It now reads: "Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 62
In the second paragraph after the example code, delete two

sentences and a footnote. The text used to read: "SMTP provides direct end-to-end mail delivery. Most other mail system use fIstore and forwardfR protocols like X.400 that move mail toward its destination one hop at a time, storing the complete message at each hop and then forwarding it on to the next system. The message proceeds in this manner until final delivery is made. Figure 3.3 illustrates both store and forward and direct delivery mail systems. The UUCP e-mail address clearly shows the path that the mail takes to its destination, while the SMTP mail address implies direct delivery.**" Footnote: "The address doesn't have anything to do with whether or not a system is store and forward or direct delivery. It just happens that UUCP provides an address that helps to illustrate this point." It now reads: "SMTP provides direct end-to-end mail delivery. Most other mail systems use fIstore and forwardfR protocols like X.400 that move mail toward its destination one hop at a time, storing the complete message at each hop and then forwarding it on to the next system. The message proceeds in this manner until final delivery is made." (No footnote).

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 126-131, 137, 142-143, 145, 149-151, 153

All instances of "DCHP" were changed to "DHCP".

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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Page 137
Under the section heading "Automatic renewal," the last line

used to read: "only once every 18 hours." It now reads: "only once every 36 hours."

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 187
"Using Static Mappings," item 1, 4th line used to read:

"as described in the preceding section" It now reads: "as described in the following section"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Page 190
"Display Options-Sort Order," "Sort by Type", 5th line used

to read: "are described in the following section" It now reads: "were described in the preceding section"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999