Publisher: Addison-Wesley, 1994, 271 pages
How do I connect to the Internet? What equipment do I need? What software do I need? How do I configure it? What forms need to be filled out? Where do I send the check? Where do I find this information?
The Internet Connection: System Connectivity and Configuration is the reference guide that will explain how to become a part of a community where global communication, resource discovery, and resource sharing are brought to your desktop through the Internet. This book serves as the central source of information about the Internet from technology questions to administrative questions.
Access to the Internet, the global network of networks, is becoming a must for business today. Expanding at an exponential rate, and promising to be the foundation for future "information superhighways", the Internet is changing the way individuals and corporations communicate. This book presents the first clear, concise reference for system designers and system administrators, as well as individuals trying to gain access to the Internet.
A very early book about the Internet. Disregard today.