This guide describes configuring Cisco Network Registrar by using the web-based user interface (web UI). The guide describes how to become familiar with Network Registrar features so that you can use them to administer network addresses.
Who Should Read This Guide
This guide is designed for network managers who are responsible for maintaining the network Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), and Simple Network Management Protocol (SMTP) servers. The network manager should be familiar with the following topics:
•Basic concepts and terminology used in internetworking
•Network topology and protocols
How This Guide Is Organized
The two chapters in this guide are:
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