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In Mac OS X Server 10.6 Snow Leopard: DNS and Network Services, instructor Sean Colins introduces the networking services available in Snow Leopard Server. This course covers setting up a DNS server to provide network resources, using firewalls to protect systems against intrusion and to route traffic, using DHCP to automatically configure network settings for computers when they join a network, and accessing a network securely via a remote VPN (virtual private network) connection. Exercise files accompany the course.
Here in the DHCP chapter, we're going to still need to have the Snow Leopard Server installed. We'll have to have the basic Snow Leopard Server set up already, but most importantly, please make sure you're disconnected from any other network, other than the one we are working on, in this class. I'm not kidding. This is really, really important. Because if you turn on your DHCP server during this chapter on an existing network, you're going to mess stuff up for other people and we want to play nice with others, right? Okay! Also, it could be helpful for you to have a Snow Leopard client set up already as well, just so you can test out your DHCP once you do get it running.
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