Most business people have enough common sense, they can connect wires to switches to routers and computers to switches. If only it was that easy! Only 1 to 2% off our small business clients understand the the TCP/IP network protocol.
The TCP/IP computer networking protocol is a standard, but literally it is the global computer networking protocol. In addition to DNS no two computer network protocols do more for the Internet, e-commerce, websites and wide-area networking. E-mail servers, Web servers, application servers all servers depend on TCP/IP and DNS.
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Whether you are dealing with Microsoft Windows server, UNIX or Linux. The TCP/IP network protocol remains the same. Our recommendation for best practices is for all internal domain traffic to point to an internal DNS server with no forwarders. And to set your gateway to the internal interface of your Internet connection.
These settings apply for domain-based networks. The same logic can be applied to workgroups and small peer-to-peer networks we find in small offices. I hope you found this helpful if you need assistance with your computer networking, and would like to hire a computer networking company to assist you contact us or call us at