Linux Networking HOWTO - Senthil Kumaran
v1.6 Sep 2008
Revision history list change only for major upates
- Revision 1.6 is Wikification of How to.
- Revision v1.5 Aug 1999
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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.
Generic Network Configuration Information
IP- and Ethernet-Related Information
Using Common PC hardware
Other Network Technologies
Cables and Cabling
I'd like to thank the following people for their contributions to this document (in no particular order): Terry Dawson, Axel Boldt, Arnt Gulbrandsen, Gary Allpike, Cees de Groot, Alan Cox, Jonathon Naylor, Claes Ensson, Ron Nessim, John Minack, Jean-Pierre Cocatrix, Erez Strauss.
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This FAQ is maintained by Senthil Kumaran (email@example.com), to whom all corrections and suggestions should be addressed. The latest revision can always be found at http://wiki.tldp.org/Linux_Networking_HOWTO/
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