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Chapter 2.4. Configuring Network Components > Configuring Network Bindings

Configuring Network Bindings

The three core components of network communication (network interfaces, network protocols, and network services) all work together to provide communication and resource delivery. The interaction between the three components can be configured and optimized for performance, availability, and even security.

By default, when you install a new network device, Windows establishes all bindings for all installed services and protocols. In Figure 2.4.1, the default bindings have been modified to prevent the Workstation service from using the NWLink protocol. Establishing all bindings by default allows the highest level of connectivity, but may not be the most efficient use of resources.


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