TCP/IP implementation considerations for Administratrive [i.e. Administrative] Sciences Department local area networks
Hill, Michael S.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Suh, Myung W.
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The ability to rapidly access and exchange information by Department of Defense activities is critical to successfully accomplishing their mission. At the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, the need for connectivity with other organizations, such as research facilities and other academic institutions is just as critical, with computer communications through the Internet providing this capability. This thesis discusses the issues surrounding providing Internet connectivity through the implementation of TCP/IP software in a LAN setting. Especially emphasized are the unique circumstances faced by the Administrative Sciences Department LAN managers in using TCP/IP in an academic LAN environment. Options for TCP/IP implementation are discussed, along with what would comprise the optimum TCP/IP configuration given various constraints
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