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I have an antivirus program that I'll monitor myself check box (Recommendations dialog)
IANA website, port number assignments 2nd
icons (Windows XP)
     desktop, adding to
     notification area, viewing in
     Quick Launch toolbar, viewing in
     Start menu, adding applications to
Icons view (My Documents folder)
identity theft
IEEE 1394 [See FireWire.]
incremental backups
infrastructure mode, configuring network adapters 2nd
Installing Updates dialog box (Windows Update)
instant messaging
     AIM, blocking
     Internet versus
     TCP/IP protocol
     UPnP 2nd
Internet connection providers, antivirus software
Internet Engineering Task Force, port numbers
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog
     Alternate Configuration tab
     IP addresses 2nd
     Obtain an IP address automatically option
     Obtain DNS server address automatically option
Internet service roviders [See ISP (Internet service providers), wireless router configuration.]
Internet services, blocking
     Block Services page (Router Configuration web page)
     default services list
     education as alternative to
     filter schedules
     free speech
         Age of Empires
     IP addresses
     Muse software platform example
     Netmeeting communication platform
     port forwarding
         Port Forwarding/Port Triggering page (Router Configuration web page)
         UPnP 2nd
     port number list website
     port triggering
         Port Forwarding/Port Triggering page (Router Configuration web page)
         UPnP 2nd
     required information
     services, selecting
     UDP/TCP protocols
     used defined services
IP (Internet Protocol) addresses
     classes of
     computers, determining for 2nd
     development of
     DHCP servers
     format of
     Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog
     Internet services, blocking
     IP networks
     ipconfig command 2nd
     IPv4 standard
     IPv6 standard
     MAC hardware addresses, converting to
     network connectivity, troubleshooting
     Obtain an IP address automatically option (Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) dialog)
     private addresses
     private networks
     public addresses
     resource websites
     static addresses 2nd
     subnet masks 2nd
     trusted IP addresses
     unique addresses
     viewing via Wireless Network Connection Status dialog
     wireless routers
         assigning via
         viewing address ranges
         assigning to
IP Address Range option (Block Services page)
ipconfig command 2nd 3rd
ipconfig command-line tool
ipconfig/all command, viewing MAC hardware addresses
ipconfig/release command 2nd
ipconfig/renew command, troubleshooting network connectivity
ISP (Internet service providers), wireless router configuration
Items to Back Up screen (Backup or Restore Wizard)

Home Wireless Networking in a Snap
Home Wireless Networking in a Snap
ISBN: 0672327023
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2007
Pages: 158
Authors: Joe Habraken

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