9. Troubleshooting File Sharing and the Internet

In Chapter 8, I covered the basics of setting up and troubleshooting a network, whether it be Ethernet, AirPort, Bluetooth, or dial-up. In this chapter, I cover the most common practical applications of having set up a network. In particular, I focus on file sharing and accessing the Internet for e-mail and Web browsing.

In This Chapter

Setting Up System Preferences: Sharing825




Sharing Services: A Closer Look838

Personal File Sharing

Personal Web Sharing

FTP Access

Windows File Sharing

Using Network Browser and Connect to Server855

Network Browser

Connect to Server

Connect to Server: The Connect/Login window

Connect to Server: The Volumes window

Connect to Server: ...

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