This chapter covers the following subjects:
IP Services for Internet Access: This section examines how an Internet access router uses DHCP client and server functions, as well as NAT.
Chapter 4, “Fundamentals of WANs,” introduced two important WAN technologies common in enterprise networks today:
Leased lines, which use either High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) or Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Part IV of this book covers the remainder of the WAN-specific topics in this book. In particular, this chapter examines a broader range of WAN technologies, including commonly ...