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Features and Benefits

Many MS Windows network administrators have never been exposed to basic TCP/IP networking as it is implemented in a UNIX/Linux operating system. Likewise, many UNIX and Linux administrators have not been exposed to the intricacies of MS Windows TCP/IP-based networking (and may have no desire to be, either).

This chapter gives a short introduction to the basics of how a name can be resolved to its IP address for each operating system environment.

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