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Chapter 34. Configuring Windows Network ... > An Administrator's Guide to Windows ...

An Administrator's Guide to Windows Networking

Windows 98 includes a comprehensive set of networking tools right out of the box. It supports peer-to-peer and client/server network configurations. Windows 98 preserves and extends the strong networking roots in Windows 95, introducing such innovations as Automatic Private Internet Protocol (IP) Addressing and the Microsoft Family Logon.

Automatic IP Addressing is intended for small, private networks using the popular (and new Windows 98 default) TCP/IP protocol suite without the need to manually configure IP addresses or configure a DHCP server.


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