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The following networking Best Practices documents provide you with recommended methods for performing specific tasks, rather than presenting all options.

Networking Best Practices

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Configuring a Mobile IPv6 Home Agent
New 6 July 2004
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Obtaining Certificates from a Windows 2000 Certification Authority for IPsec Use  
12 November 2002
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Implementing IPsec Connections with Windows 2000 Peers  
9 October 2002
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Deploying IPv6 in Your Network  
Revised 12 June 2001
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Tuning for Optimal Gigabit Ethernet Performance  
18 May 2001
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Reconfiguring Your Primary Network Interface  
19 February 2001
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Integrating Windows 2000 DNS Clients with Tru64 UNIX DNS Servers
Revised 14 May 2002
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Network Routing  
30
August 2000

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