The telecommuter's/home office worker's guide to planning, building, and troubleshooting a remote access system. Taking the leap into remote access systems is not as simple as plugging a faster modem into your PC. Before you can begin to take advantage of the complex array of new technologies, you need a qualified expert to explain the relevant hardware and software, to tell you what your options are, and to help you develop a solid game plan. You need detailed blueprints to planning, building, maintaining, upgrading, and troubleshooting a cost-effective remote system. And it could not hurt to have a set of cutting-edge tools and utilities to help you monitor, secure, and enhance your remote access system. In other words, you need this book! Expert David Angell fills you in on what you need to know about configuring you Win95 PC or LAN for remote access and setting up TCP/IP; Connecting to remote sites using a single 56K modem or modem routers that combine up to three 56K modems into a single high-speed connection; installing, configuring, and using ISDN routers; harnessing cable modems to connect to the Internet at T1 line speeds of up to 1.54 Mbps for less than $50 a month; using DHCP and NAT configurations for affordable LAN to Internet connections; tapping into ADSL connections; working with Microsoft Exchange to handle LAN-based e-mail, fax, and other communications technologies; and, identifying and troubleshooting remote access problems.Time Warnera#39;s RoadRunner cable modem service expects to be available to 4.5 million homes by the end of 1997. ... The cable television companies grew up under a completely different set of regulations from the telephone companies, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows Remote Access Toolkit|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1997-11-10|