Connect your NetWare network to the future. The NetWare to Internet Connection is for NetWare 3.1x and 4.x administrators who want to connect their network to the Internet - without having to learn Unix or use Windows NT. Practical, step-by-step discussions lead you to the fastest, easiest ways to provide Internet services to your network users. Know your options. Understand what the Internet can offer your network - and how it can threaten it. Become fluent in TCP/IP, the essential Internet protocol. Choose the right Internet connection for your network, as you assess Internet service providers and determine the Internet access that is best for your company, determine hardware requirements to support the connectivity and services you need, and balance installation and monthly fees with the necessary tech support and training. Prepare to be connected. Understand how workstations communicate on the Internet. Get your network and workstations Internet-ready. Select and install the right IP stack. Configure TCP/IP on your NetWare server, then test your connectivity to the outside world. Manage your NetWare-to-Internet connection. Configure a NetWare server to provide DNS, FTP, and Web services. Design your own Web site. Determine security objectives, policy, and guidelines. Support the full range of Internet applications, including e-mail, Web access, FTP, Telnet, and Usenet news access.