This guide completely explained how to configure and administer Mac OS X Server 10.6 network service, the knowlegde that covers in this manual are important to manage and maintain your network. The Mac OS X Server Network Administration Guide divided into 11 chapters as follow: Chapter 1, “Linking Your Network to the Internet,” tells you how to use Gateway Setup Assistant to link your network to the Internet. Chapter 2, “Working with DHCP Service,” tells you how to configure and use DHCP to assign IP addresses on your network. Chapter 3, “Working with DNS Service,” tells you how to use Mac OS X Server as a domain name server. Chapter 4, “Working with Firewall Service,” tells you how to maintain network security using a firewall. Chapter 5, “Working with NAT Service,” tells you how to configure and use NAT to connect many computers to the Internet with only one public IP address. Chapter 6, “Working with VPN Service,” tells you how to configure and use VPN to allow remote users to access your private LAN securely. Chapter 7, “Working with RADIUS,” tells you how to configure and use RADIUS Service to authorize Open Directory users and groups so they can access AirPort Base Stations on a network. Chapter 8, “Working with NTP Service,” tells you how to enable your server as a time server. Chapter 9, “Working with Mobile Access Service,”tells you how to enable your server as a Mobile Access Server. Chapter 10, “Supporting a VLAN,” tells you about VLAN support for some server hardware configurations. Chapter 11, “Supporting IPv6,” tells you about IPv6 and the services that support IPv6 addressing.
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