But don't be fooled into complacency - desktop networks currently demand extensive setup and configuration. You may reduce it, but it just doesn't seem to go away.
Embedded systems, while needing to tap into the vast resource of desktop PC networking technology, cannot have on-staff networking experts ship with each unit. These computers are buried into systems without an operator, and the networking must be made to require less setup and configuration. Neither the designer, the installer, nor the user of an embedded system should be forced to be a networking expert. So, what's to be done?
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