This chapter includes the following sections, which address various topics covered on the Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure MCSE exam:
Describes the scope of a network infrastructure design and presents an overview of the network services you will use in planning the network. Also introduces the process of examining the business requirements, technical requirements, and existing network infrastructure to plan a design.
Describes the process of creating a TCP/IP design as a basis for a complete network infrastructure.
Examines the requirements and process of creating a design for DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).
Provides techniques for developing designs for name resolution services, including DNS (Domain Name Service) and WINS (Windows Internet Naming Service).
Describes the design considerations for Internet connectivity services, including Microsoft Proxy Server and NAT (Network Address Translation).
Provides methods for planning routes between networks, routing protocols, and on-demand routing. Examines planning considerations for remote access solutions, including RAS (Remote Access Service) and RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service).
This chapter deals with the process of designing a network infrastructure ...