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 The reader is assumed to know about basic system administration tasks: how to  The reader is assumed to know about basic system administration tasks: how to
 become root, edit files, change permissions, stop processes, etc. See the other  become root, edit files, change permissions, stop processes, etc. See the other
 chapters of this NetBSD guide and  chapters of this NetBSD guide and e.g.*Essential System Administration* by 
 e.g.[[\[AeleenFrisch\]|guide/index#bibliography]]  Aeleen Frisch (1991, O'Reilly & Associates) for further information on this 
 for further information on this topic. Besides that, you should know how to  topic. Besides that, you should know how to handle the utilities we're going to 
 handle the utilities we're going to set up here, i.e. you should know how to  set up here, i.e. you should know how to use telnet, FTP, ... I will not explain 
 use telnet, FTP, ... I will not explain the basic features of those  the basic features of those utilities, please refer to the appropriate 
 utilities, please refer to the appropriate man-pages, the references listed  man-pages, the references listed or of course the other parts of this document 
 or of course the other parts of this document instead.  instead.
   
 This introduction to TCP/IP Networking was written with the intention in mind to  This introduction to TCP/IP Networking was written with the intention in mind to
 give starters a basic knowledge. If you really want to know what it's all about,  give starters a basic knowledge. If you really want to know what it's all about,
 read [[\[CraigHunt\]|guide/index#bibliography]]. This book does not only cover  read *TCP/IP Network Administration* by Craig Hunt (1993, O'Reilly & 
 the basics, but goes on and explains all the concepts, services and how to set  Associates). This book does not only cover the basics, but goes on and explains 
 them up in detail. It's great, I love it! :-)  all the concepts, services and how to set them up in detail. It's great, I love 
   it! :-)
   
 ## Supported Networking Protocols  ## Supported Networking Protocols
   

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