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  • A shorter index
  • List of Figures
  • Introduction to Networking
    • History
    • UUCP Networks
      • How to Use UUCP
    • TCP/IP Networks
      • Introduction to TCP/IP-Networks
      • Ethernets
      • Other Types of Hardware
      • The Internet Protocol
      • IP over Serial Lines
      • The Transmission Control Protocol
      • The User Datagram Protocol
      • More on Ports
      • The Socket Library
    • Networking
      • Different Streaks of Development
      • Where to Get the Code
    • Maintaining Your System
      • System Security
    • Outlook on the Following Chapters
  • Issues of TCP/IP Networking
    • Networking Interfaces
    • IP Addresses
    • Address Resolution
    • IP Routing
      • IP Networks
      • Subnetworks
      • Gateways
      • The Routing Table
      • Metric Values
    • The Internet Control Message Protocol
    • The Domain Name System
      • Hostname Resolution
      • Enter DNS
      • Name Lookups with DNS
      • Domain Name Servers
      • The DNS Database
      • Reverse Lookups
  • Configuring the Networking Hardware
    • Devices, Drivers, and all that
    • Kernel Configuration
      • Kernel Options in 1.0 and Higher
      • Kernel Options in 1.1.14 and Higher
    • A Tour of Network Devices
    • Ethernet Installation
      • Ethernet Cabling
      • Supported Boards
      • Ethernet Autoprobing
    • The PLIP Driver
    • The SLIP and PPP Drivers
  • Setting up the Serial Hardware
    • Communication Software for Modem Links
    • Introduction to Serial Devices
    • Accessing Serial Devices
    • Serial Hardware
  • Configuring TCP/IP Networking
    • Setting up the proc Filesystem
    • Installing the Binaries
    • Another Example
    • Setting the Hostname
    • Assigning IP-Addresses
    • Writing hosts and networks Files
    • Interface Configuration for IP
      • The Loopback Interface
      • Ethernet Interfaces
      • Routing through a Gateway
      • Configuring a Gateway
      • The PLIP Interface
      • The SLIP and PPP Interface
      • The Dummy Interface
    • All About ifconfig
    • Checking with netstat
      • Displaying the Routing Table
      • Displaying Interface Statistics
      • Displaying Connections
    • Checking the ARP Tables
    • The Future
  • Name Service and Resolver Configuraton
    • The Resolver Library
      • The host.conf File
      • Resolver Environment Variables
      • Configuring Name Server Lookups-- resolv.conf
      • Resolver Robustness
    • Running named
      • The named.boot File
      • The DNS Database Files
      • Writing the Master Files
      • Verifying the Name Server Setup
      • Other Useful Tools
  • Serial Line IP
    • General Requirements
    • SLIP Operation
    • Using dip
      • A Sample Script
      • A dip Reference
        • The Modem Commands
        • echo and term
        • The get Command
        • The print Command
        • Variable Names
        • The if and goto Commands
        • send, wait and sleep
        • mode and default
    • Running in Server Mode
  • The Point-to-Point Protocol
    • Untangling the P's
    • PPP on
    • Running pppd
    • Using Options Files
    • Dialing out with chat
    • Debugging Your PPP Setup
    • IP Configuration Options
      • Choosing IP Addresses
      • Routing Through a PPP Link
    • Link Control Options
    • General Security Considerations
    • Authentication with PPP
      • CHAP versus PAP
      • The CHAP Secrets File
      • The PAP Secrets File
    • Configuring a PPP Server
  • Various Network Applications
    • The inetd Super-Server
    • The tcpd access control facility
    • The services and protocols Files
    • Remote Procedure Call
    • Configuring the r Commands
  • The Network Information System
    • Getting Acquainted with NIS
    • NIS versus NIS+
    • The Client Side of NIS
    • Running a NIS Server
    • Setting up a NIS Client with NYS
    • Choosing the Right Maps
    • Using the passwd and group Maps
    • Using NIS with Shadow Support
    • Using the Traditional NIS Code
  • The Network File System
    • Preparing NFS
    • Mounting an NFS Volume
    • The NFS Daemons
    • The exports File
    • The Automounter
  • Managing Taylor UUCP
    • History
      • More Information on UUCP
    • Introduction
      • Layout of UUCP Transfers and Remote Execution
      • The Inner Workings of uucico
      • uucico Command Line Options
    • UUCP Configuration Files
      • A Gentle Introduction to Taylor UUCP
      • What UUCP Needs to Know
      • Site Naming
      • Taylor Configuration Files
      • General Configuration Options-- the config File
      • How to Tell UUCP about other Systems-- the sys File
        • System Name
        • Telephone Number
        • Port and Speed
        • The Login Chat
        • Alternates
        • Restricting Call Times
      • What Devices there are-- the port File
      • How to Dial a Number-- the dial File
      • UUCP Over TCP
      • Using a Direct Connection
    • The Do's and Dont's of UUCP-- Tuning Permissions
      • Command Execution
      • File Transfers
      • Forwarding
    • Setting up your System for Dialing in
      • Setting up getty
      • Providing UUCP Accounts
      • Protecting Yourself Against Swindlers
      • Be Paranoid-- Call Sequence Checks
      • Anonymous UUCP
    • UUCP Low-Level Protocols
      • Protocol Overview
      • Tuning the Transmission Protocol
      • Selecting Specific Protocols
    • Troubleshooting
    • Log Files
  • Electronic Mail
    • What is a Mail Message?
    • How is Mail Delivered?
    • Email Addresses
    • How does Mail Routing Work?
      • Mail Routing on the Internet
      • Mail Routing in the UUCP World
      • Mixing UUCP and RFC-822
    • Pathalias and Map File Format
    • Configuring elm
      • Global elm Options
      • National Character Sets
  • Getting smail Up and Running
    • UUCP Setup
    • Setup for a LAN
      • Writing the Configuration Files
      • Running smail
    • If You Don't Get Through...
      • Compiling smail
    • Mail Delivery Modes
    • Miscellaneous config Options
    • Message Routing and Delivery
    • Routing Messages
      • The paths database
    • Delivering Messages to Local Addresses
      • Local Users
      • Forwarding
      • Alias Files
      • Mailing Lists
    • UUCP-based Transports
    • SMTP-based Transports
    • Hostname Qualification
  • Sendmail+IDA
    • Introduction to Sendmail+IDA
    • Configuration Files - Overview
    • The sendmail.cf File
      • An Example sendmail.m4 File
      • Typically Used sendmail.m4 Parameters
        • Items that Define Paths
        • Defining the Local Mailer
        • Dealing with Bounced Mail
        • Domain Name Service Related Items
        • Defining Names the Local System is Known by
        • UUCP-Related Items
        • Relay Systems and Mailers
        • The Various Configuration Tables
        • The Master Sendmail.mc File
        • So Which Entries are Really Required?
    • A Tour of Sendmail+IDA Tables
      • mailertable
      • uucpxtable
      • pathtable
      • domaintable
      • aliases
      • Rarely Used Tables
    • Installing sendmail
      • Extracting the binary distribution
      • Building sendmail.cf
      • Testing the sendmail.cf file
      • Putting it all together - Integration Testing sendmail.cf and the tables
    • Administrivia and Stupid Mail Tricks
      • Forwarding Mail to a Relay Host
      • Forcing Mail into Misconfigured Remote Sites
      • Forcing Mail to be Transferred via UUCP
      • Preventing Mail from Being Delivered via UUCP
      • Running the Sendmail Queue on Demand
      • Reporting Mail Statistics
    • Mixing and Matching Binary Distributions
    • Where to Get More Information
  • Netnews
    • Usenet History
    • What is Usenet, Anyway?
    • How Does Usenet Handle News?
  • C-News
    • Delivering News
    • Installation
    • The sys file
    • The active file
    • Article Batching
    • Expiring News
    • Miscellaneous Files
    • Control Messages
      • The cancel Message
      • newgroup and rmgroup
      • The checkgroups Message
      • sendsys, version, and senduuname
    • C-News in an NFS Environment
    • Maintenance Tools and Tasks
  • A Description of NNTP
    • Introduction
    • Installing the NNTP server
    • Restricting NNTP Access
    • NNTP Authorization
    • nntpd Interaction with C-News
  • Newsreader Configuration
    • tin Configuration
    • trn Configuration
    • nn Configuration
  • A Null Printer Cable for PLIP
  • Sample smail Configuration Files
  • The GNU General Public License
    • Preamble
    • Terms and Conditions for Copying, Distribution, and Modification
    • Appendix: How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
  • About this document ...


Andrew Anderson
Thu Mar 7 23:22:06 EST 1996



The Network Administrators' Guide
Linux Network Administrators Guide (2nd Edition)
ISBN: B00007FYJC
EAN: N/A
Year: 1992
Pages: 296

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