Hooking your laptop up to the internet or using a smartphone to stream music to some Bluetooth speakers are common enough tasks, but at one time they would appear impossibly complex and bandwidth-hungry. What if you want more? What if you want to share files across computers of all kinds on your home network or create a backup system that prevents you from losing files? What if you want to really get your hands dirty and plunge into the guts of a media streamer or home server with a screwdriver and Terminal commands? It’s all in here. This guide takes you from setting up your home network and sharing files through a router to building an outbuilding to do your computer work in, taking in cloud storage, homebrew servers and network attached hard drive arrays along the way.
The Ultimate Network Handbook – 2015-P2P
English | 180 Pages | PDF | 82 MB