Chapter 21. Managing TCP/IP Networking

As an administrator, you enable networked computers to communicate by using the basic networking protocols built into Windows Server 2008. The key protocol you’ll use is Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). TCP/IP is actually a collection of protocols and services used for communicating over a network. It’s the primary protocol used for internetwork communications. Compared to configuring other networking protocols, configuring TCP/IP communications is fairly complicated, but TCP/IP is the most versatile protocol available.

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