This page contains information about connecting to the Internet and working with networks. If you require information about applications which use the Internet, Internet Applications may be of interest.
Network Devices - Information on installation of Internet and network related hardware.
Wifi Docs - A list of pages relating to setting up and configuring wireless Internet.
The Internet section of the official Ubuntu documentation contains advice on connecting to the Internet.
Home server - Creating and configuring a home server.
VPN server - Securing a small Wireless network using VPN
VPN client - Setting up your computer to be able to connect to a network that offers VPN access.
Security - A general guide to security
AutomaticConnections - A list of automatic connections that Ubuntu makes and a guide how to stop them
IPTables - An introduction to the powerful Linux IPTables firewall
Shorewall - Getting a strong firewall up and running
Dynamic DNS - How to make your computer accessible from 'outside', even without a fixed IP address.
Static DNS with DHCP - Use static DNS servers while using DHCP.
Network throttling - Throttle outbound/inbound network throughput.
Configuring more than one Internet connection on the same computer - Use more than one ISP even using dynamic IP address.
Servers Behind NAT - Configuring servers to work behind NAT firewalls
Monitor Internet traffic totals - Monitor the amount of data uploaded and download from the Internet.
Cacti - This guide is for setting up a base install of Cacti on Ubuntu (Alternative to MRTG).
Accessing networked resources
VNC - Share your desktop over a local network or over the Internet.
TFTP - Trivial File Transfer Protocol is a simple way to allow a client to get files from, or put files to, a remote host.
iFolder - Install and configure iFolder to share and synchronize files over the network.
NFS - How to set up Ubuntu to connect to an NFS server.
SSHFS - How to use sshfs to mount a remote directory through an ssh tunnel.
Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) - Shiny new thin-clients and legacy PCs alike can be used to browse the Web, send e-mail, create documents, and run other desktop applications.
Citrix XenApp browser plugin - Setting up your browser to run the Citrix ICA client.
Citrix Connect2School - Setting up a Citrix educational web client on Ubuntu.