The more I am searching I am just confusing myself. If someone wouldn't mind helping me out I would appreciate it. I am setting up 6 computers to be in a network and run a Windows OS and a Windows based program. The main computer will connect to a t1 line. Would I need to have Windows NT to do this? And I run the t1 line to a hub then to the different computers right? I took a networking class a few years ago and have only briefly worked with Novell. Thanks for the help!
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If it's a t1 you will need a router which can act as your dhcp server and firewall also if you're not too nervous. You can get a Router with a TSU/DSU built in or you can use an external one, but you will need one. ISP may provide both, …
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it is nice and easy... if you get a router with a modem built in.. make sure it has a firewall enabled... otherwise if 1 computer connects to tinternet, and the otehr computers connect thought it.. make sure that computer has a firewall on it.
Firewalls are not optional …
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