An easy question for anyone who is interested in earning themselves some points. I have just built up a network at home with XP sharing the internet and printer facilities and the windows 98SE computer picking up the resources. I am now wondering what the next step could be for working on practical networking.
The ideas could be use of applications for instance experimenting with building a web site for taking orders or taking in data.
Another Idea is installing another network system and testing that being Win2000 server.
I dont have many ideas for testing a network project for myself. Can anyone out there give me a run down of ideas i could use? Nothing too hard I guess
The XP computer is quite powerful 1.6 GHz and 256 Ram with 80 GB
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