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This protocol was originally developed for use on networks running Novell NetWare. It s available in Windows XP as an installable option. In the previous edition of this book, we explained how to use IPX/SPX in addition to TCP/IP to work around security issues that result when all network computers share an Internet connection through a hub. Because of the security improvements in Windows XP Service Pack 2, we no longer recommend this configuration. Some older games rely on IPX/SPX. This protocol (short for NetBIOS Extended User Interface) is available as an unsupported option in Windows XP. It was originally developed for use on small networks running Windows 3.x. Because it works by indiscriminately broadcasting packets over the network, NetBEUI can cause performance problems and should only be used when an existing network configuration requires it.
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Note In most network setups, you don t need to install any additional protocols. For a full discussion of the pros and cons of using alternate protocols as a security measure, see Reality Check, at the beginning of this chapter.
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Setting Up a Small Network In addition, the relatively new Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is included with Windows XP Service Pack 2. This protocol, listed in network setup dialog boxes as TCP/IP version 6, is still in its infancy but will someday be widely used; it is included here for use in advanced and experimental applications. If you use an application that requires IPv6, the software developer should instruct you to install this protocol. To install an additional protocol, follow these steps:
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1 If you re going to install NetBEUI, insert your Windows XP CD. Use Windows Explorer to copy the following files from the CD s \Valueadd\Msft\Net\Netbeui folder: Copy Nbf.sys to the %SystemRoot%\System32\Drivers folder. Copy Netnbf.inf to the %SystemRoot%\Inf folder. (This is a hidden folder. You can navigate directly to it by typing its name in the Address bar.) 2 From Control Panel, open the Network Connections folder. 3 Select the connection icon you want to edit and then click the Change Settings Of This Connection link under Network Tasks. (If this option isn t visible, right-click the connection icon and choose Properties from the shortcut menu.)
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4 From the properties dialog box, click the Install button. The Select Network Component Type dialog box opens.
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Part 6: Networking
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5 Choose Protocol and click Add. The Select Network Protocol dialog box appears.
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6 Choose the protocol you want to add:
To install IPX/SPX, select NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Compatible Transport
Protocol and click OK.
To install NetBEUI, select NetBEUI Protocol and click OK. To install IPv6, select Microsoft TCP/IP version 6 and click OK.
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You can use the new protocol immediately. In some configurations, you may be required to restart the computer before the new configuration is fully usable. To temporarily enable or disable the use of a protocol with a specific connection, open the properties dialog box for that connection and select or clear the box to the left of the protocol.
Part 6: Networking
Setting Up a Small Network
Configuring Workgroup Settings
After your network is properly configured, you should be able to see all other computers on your network by opening My Network Places in Windows Explorer. Click the View Workgroup Computers link under Network Tasks in the left pane of My Network Places to see a list of the computers on your network. (This option is not available if your computer is joined to a Windows domain.) To communicate properly with one another, all the computers on a peer-to-peer Windows network must be members of the same workgroup. Joining a workgroup doesn t require a secret handshake or special security settings. The workgroup name is strictly an organizational tool, which Windows uses to group computers and shared resources on the same network. As the administrator of a workgroup, you might want to change the workgroup name to something that describes your organization or family; if your network is relatively large but does not include a domain server, you may choose to define more than one workgroup.
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