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    Hey, I'm going to set up a home network in about a week, and would like to gain programming experience for it. Anyone know of some common/useful API calls that deal with networks?

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    You can look this samples:
    How to display networked computers in a list box
    How to get an ip address of host
    How to connect to a network drive

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    I'm not too good with programming for networks, but I am good with them. If you run into any problems, let me know. If you are interested in a Network Server, get RedHat Linux and that will do the trick. Just send me an e-mail: tyoung@stny.rr.com

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    actually, it's only a 3-4 computer network, so i don't need a server. I do have a copy of RedHat 6.0 tho.

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