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Using Cisco TCP/IP Suite: Table of Contents


Intended Audience
Document Contents
Document Conventions

1: Introduction

Understanding the Guide
Task Overview
User Tasks
Administrative Tasks
Task-to-Topic Cross-Reference
Cisco TCP/IP Stack
Cisco TCP/IP Suite Applications
Configuration Utility
Dialer Application
FTP Client
FTP Server
Monitor Application
MultiNet Tools
NFS and Print Assistant
Ping Application
SNMP Agent
Getting Help
Using Online Help
Viewing Electronic Support Information
Contacting Technical Support
Obtaining Additional Information

2: Sending and Receiving Mail

Understanding Pronto Mail
Pronto Mail Features
Understanding Pronto Mail Terms
Sending and Receiving Mail
Checking for Incoming Messages
Reading Messages
Filing Messages
Moving a Message to a Folder
Copying a Message to a Folder
Replying to Messages
Forwarding Messages
Editing Messages
Finding Text in a Message
Replacing Text in a Message
Checking Spelling in a Mail Message
Deleting a Mail Message
Printing a Mail Message
Changing the Printer Setup
Saving a Message to a File
Using Folders
Opening the Folders Window
Creating Folders or Subfolders
Sorting Message Headers
Filtering Messages
Importing Folders
Exporting Folders
Deleting a Folder
Attaching Files to a Message
Viewing an Attachment
Saving an Attachment
Using an Address Book
Changing Header or Message Body Fonts
Customizing the Toolbar
Creating Mail Signatures

3: Copying Files Between Computers

Understanding Copying Files
Copying Files Using FTP
Understanding the FTP Client
Starting the FTP Client
Stopping the FTP Client
Connecting to an FTP Server and Creating a Server Profile
Tips for Creating FTP Profiles
Identifying an FTP Proxy Server
Finding the Files You Want
Changing Directories
Viewing File Contents
Creating Directories
Copying Files to Your Workstation
Renaming Files
Deleting Files and Directories
Copying Files Between Your Workstation and a Remote System with FTP Server
Preparing to Copy Files to a Remote System
Using FTP on the Remote System
Copying Files Between Your Workstation and Networked Drives with NFS
Copying Files Between Local and Network Drives
Specifying an NFS Server
NFS Global Options
NFS Command-Line Access
NFS File Properties
Transferring Files with Enhanced Mosaic
Transferring Text and HTML Files with Enhanced Mosaic
Transferring Files with FTP Using Enhanced Mosaic
Copying Files with Mail Attachments
Viewing an Attachment
Saving an Attachment
Letting Other Users Access Files on Your Workstation
Starting and Stopping the FTP Server
Authorizing Users to Connect to Your Workstation
Adding New Users
Modifying User Information
Deleting Users
Setting Up an Anonymous FTP Server
Limiting User Access to Specific Directories

4: Browsing the World Wide Web

Understanding Enhanced Mosaic
Understanding the World Wide Web
Understanding HTML
Understanding Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
Starting and Stopping Enhanced Mosaic
Viewing Documents and Browsing the WWW
Opening WWW Documents
Opening WWW Documents on WWW Servers
Opening Local Documents
Following Links to Other Documents
Browsing Documents
Searching Document Content
Opening Multiple Windows
Searching the Internet
Sending Mail
Reading Newsgroups
Using Hotlists
Opening a File with the Hotlist Window
Adding the Current File to the Hotlist
Deleting a Hotlist Item
Editing a Hotlist Item
Saving the Hotlist as an HTML File
Listing the History
Saving the History Window as an HTML File
Viewing HTML Source Code
Saving and Printing Documents
Saving Documents
Printing Documents
Changing the Page Layout of Printed Documents
Changing the Size of Printed Text

5: Viewing and Printing Files

Printing Application Files
Printing Telnet Session Contents
Printing Scroll Back Buffer Contents
Printing Selected Text
Printing the Current Screen
Printing Pronto Mail Messages
Printing Enhanced Mosaic Pages
Printing on NFS-Networked Printers
Accessing an NFS-Networked Printer
Viewing Files
Viewing Pronto Mail Attachments
Viewing UNIX and OpenVMS Text Files with NFS
Viewing Case-Sensitive File Names on a Cisco MultiNet for OpenVMS NFS Server

6: Accessing Remote Systems

Understanding Remote System Access
Starting and Stopping Telnet
Connecting to a Host with Telnet
Working in a Telnet Session
Copying and Pasting Telnet Session Contents
Setting Telnet Session Options
Saving Telnet Session Contents
Printing Telnet Session Contents
Printing Scroll Back Buffer Contents
Printing Selected Text
Printing the Current Screen
Using Kerberos with Telnet
Obtaining Kerberos Tickets and Starting Kerberos Sessions
Deleting Existing Tickets
Changing Your Password
Accessing Remote Systems with Dialer
Preparing to Make a Serial Connection
Starting and Stopping Dialer
Using Manual Connect
Configuring the Manual Connect Interface
Adding Additional Routes
Adding Additional Domain Name Servers
Printing the Terminal Window Output
Establishing a Connection Using a Dialer Profile
Using the Quick Connect List
Setting Dialer Program Options

7: Administration Overview

Understanding TCP/IP Concepts
Understanding Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses
Understanding Network Classes
Understanding Subnet Masks
Understanding Supernet Masks
Understanding Broadcast Addresses
Understanding Host Names
Understanding Physical Networks
Understanding Hardware Addresses
Network Interface Cards and Device Drivers
Understanding TCP/IP Operation
Understanding Protocols
Understanding TCP/IP Protocols
Understanding the Internet Protocol (IP)
Understanding the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
Understanding the User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Understanding the Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP)
Understanding the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Understanding Dynamic Configuration Protocols
Understanding the Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP)
Understanding the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Understanding Routing
Understanding Static, Default, and Dynamic Routing
Understanding Routing Tables
Understanding Router Discovery
Understanding the Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
Understanding the Domain Name System (DNS)
Understanding How DNS Works
Understanding Domains
Understanding DNS Servers
Understanding Host Tables
Using DNS and Host Tables Together
Understanding the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
How Hosts Can Assist with ARP Translations
Proxy Translations
Publish Translations
Understanding the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Understanding SNMP Communities
Understanding SNMP Traps
Understanding NetBIOS Over TCP/IP
Understanding NetBIOS to IP Name Resolution
Understanding the LAN Manager Hosts (LM Hosts) File
Understanding the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) Name Server

8: Configuring Cisco TCP/IP Suite

Understanding Cisco TCP/IP Suite Configuration
Starting and Stopping the Configuration Utility
Upgrading a License Key for an Evaluation
Adding a New License Key
Viewing the README File
Configuring an IP Address
Configuring Machine (Host) Names
Configuring Network Interfaces
Adding a New Interface
Modifying an Interface
Changing Network Drivers
Deleting an Interface
Configuring Routes
Choosing a Routing Method
Adding a New Route
Modifying a Route
Deleting a Route
Configuring DNS (Domain Name System)
Adding DNS Servers to the Table
Moving Entries in the DNS Table
Modifying an Entry in the DNS Table
Deleting an Entry from the DNS Table
Modifying the Search Order for TCP/IP Name Resolution
Setting Up the Host Table
Adding Entries to the Host Table
Modifying a Host Table Entry
Deleting a Host Table Entry
Setting Up an ARP Table
Adding a Mapping to the ARP Table
Modifying an ARP Table Entry
Deleting an ARP Table Entry
Creating an LM Host Table
Adding or Modifying Entries in the LM Host Table
Record Format for LM Host Table Entries
LM Host Table Examples
Using a Shared LM Host Table
Configuring NetBIOS Over TCP/IP (NBT)
Enabling NetBIOS Over TCP/IP
Disabling NetBIOS Over TCP/IP
Setting a NetBIOS Name Search Order
Setting Global Values
Switching between LAN and Serial Interfaces
Configuring the SNMP Agent
Starting and Stopping the SNMP Agent
Setting Up the SNMP Agent
Enabling SNMP Traps
Configuring Cisco TCP/IP Suite to Use SOCKS Servers

9: Administering Client Applications

Understanding Client Administration
Setting FTP Client Options
Setting FTP Server Options
Setting Telnet Options
Setting up Telnet Profiles
Setting Login Options
Setting VT Emulation Options
Setting TN3270 Emulation Options
Setting TN5250 Emulation Options
Setting Display Options
Changing Fonts for Telnet
Setting Communication Options
Using Keyboard Maps
Mapping Keys
Saving a Keyboard Map
Defining Macros
Modifying Keyboard Maps
Deleting Keyboard Maps
Transferring a Keyboard Map
Setting Kerberos Options
Establishing a Kerberos Account
Starting the Kerberos Application
Changing Kerberos Server Information
Providing Special Realm Mappings
Adding a Special Realm Mapping
Changing a Special Realm Mapping
Deleting a Special Realm Mapping
Setting Dialer Options
Starting Dialer
Creating a Dialer Profile
Setting Remote Host Options
Setting Local Host Options
Adding Additional Routes
Adding Additional Domain Name Servers
Setting Modem Options
Setting Script Options
Scripting Overview
Creating a Login Script
Modifying a Login Script
Setting Dialer Options
Working with Dialer Profiles
Copying a Profile
Modifying a Profile
Deleting a Profile
Setting Pronto Mail Options
Configuring Pronto Mail
Setting Mailbox Preferences
Setting an Entry Password
Setting Pronto Mail Preferences
Identifying MIME Types
Understanding a MAPI Server
Setting NFS Print Options
Using NFS and Print Assistant
Adding a Print Server
Setting Enhanced Mosaic Options
Customizing Your Display
Setting Display Fonts
Setting Display Colors
Using Windows System Colors
Ignoring Color Attributes Specified in Documents
Improving Image Quality
Displaying or Hiding the Toolbar
Underlining Hypertext Links
Choosing a Preferred Language for Documents
Selecting a Home Page
Configuring Enhanced Mosaic to Send Mail
Selecting a News Server
Configuring Helpers
Using Proxy Servers
Specifying Proxy Servers
Bypassing Proxy Servers
Selecting Security Authentication
Improving Performance
Loading Documents Without Images
Loading Missing Images
Using Multiple Connections
Displaying Images Progressively
Using a Disk Cache
Other Ways to Improve Performance

10: Troubleshooting

Useful Tools for Troubleshooting
Using the Monitor Application
Starting and Stopping Monitor
Viewing the ARP Cache
Viewing Buffer Statistics
Viewing Current Connections
Viewing the Interface Setup
Viewing Protocol Statistics
Viewing the Routing Table
Using MultiNet Tools
Starting MultiNet Tools
Using Finger
For a Specific User
For All Users Logged into a System
Using Host Lookup
Using Ping
Using TraceRoute
Using Whois
Saving MultiNet Tools Statistics
Printing MultiNet Tools Statistics
Understanding Error Messages
Testing Your Network Connection
Pinging Your Workstation by Loopback Address
Pinging Your Workstation by IP Address
Pinging Your Network's Broadcast Address
Pinging Your Workstation by Name
Pinging Another Workstation by IP Address
Pinging Another Workstation by Name
Pinging a Remote System by IP Address
Pinging a Remote System by Name
Troubleshooting the TCP/IP Stack
Getting the TCP/IP Kernel to Start
Handling Kernel Initialization Errors with Windows for Workgroups
Getting Other WinSock-based Applications to Run
Using Cisco TCP/IP Suite with Digital's Pathworks for DOS
Troubleshooting Dialer Serial Connections
Advanced Network Troubleshooting
Diagnosing a Failing Connection to a Network Resource
Determining Why You Cannot Connect to a System
Determining Why You Cannot Connect Outside the Local Network
Determining Why Network Connections Are Dropped
Finding Out Who is Responsible for a Problem Router
Troubleshooting FTP Client and Server
General Troubleshooting Tips for FTP Client
General Troubleshooting Tips for FTP Server
Troubleshooting Pronto Mail
Cannot Log Into Host
Folder Disappears
Incoming Mail Causes General Protection Fault
Mail Server Unreachable
Pane Divider Disappears
Pronto Mail Window Not Visible
Retrieving Problems
SMTP Unreachable
Troubleshooting NFS
Connecting to the NFS Server
Logging into the NFS Server
Accessing Files on the NFS Server
Slow File Access
Writing Files to the NFS Server
Displaying Files
Troubleshooting NFS Printing
Printing via LPD
Printing Using a Stream Connection
Troubleshooting Enhanced Mosaic
When You Cannot Open a File
Displaying Server Messages
Displaying Technical Information
Troubleshooting Telnet Sessions
Connection Problems
Logging In Problems
Session Problems
Troubleshooting Kerberos

A: Error Messages

TCP/IP Stack Messages
Ping Application Messages
Dialer Application Messages

B: Using Windows 3.x NFS

Understanding the Print Assistant
Printing Files
Starting Print Assistant
Print Assistant Procedural Overview
Setting Printing Options
Adding Print Servers
Setting Print Assistant Global Options
Modifying Print Servers
Modifying Print Connections
Accessing NFS Filesystems
Setting NFS Options
Adding NFS Servers
Configuring Connection Options
Setting NFS Global Options
Modifying Current NFS Connections
Modifying File Protections
Removing an NFS Mapping
Accessing Other Network File Systems
Viewing Non-DOS File Names


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