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Understand fundamental TCP/IP network concepts
Configure OS X Lion networking
Manage multiple network locations and interfaces
Identify and resolve network connectivity issues
The capability to share information between computers across a network has always been important. During the early years of personal computer development, vendors designed their own proprietary local network systems. Apple was no exception with its implementation of AppleTalk and LocalTalk network standards for file sharing and network printing. Yet although these vendor-specific technologies were suitable for private networks, they didn’t allow for direct communication between ...