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Linux NET-3-HOWTO, Linux Networking.

Terry Dawson (main author), VK2KTJ; Alessandro Rubini (maintainer), alessandro.rubini@linux.it

v1.4, August 1998


The Linux Operating System boasts kernel based networking support written almost entirely from scratch. The performance of the tcp/ip implementation in recent kernels makes it a worthy alternative to even the best of its peers. This document aims to describe how to install and configure the Linux networking software and associated tools.

1. Changes from version 1.3 (April 1998)

2. Introduction.

3. How to use this HOWTO document (NET-3-HOWTO howto?).

4. General Information about Linux Networking.

5. Generic Network Co~figuration Information.

6. IP- and Ethernet-Related Information

7. Using common PC hardware

8. Other Network Technologies

9. Cables and Cabling

10. Glossary of Terms used in this document.

11. Linux for an ISP ?

12. Acknowledgements

13. Copyright.


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