NT seems to accept all of the networking cards Linux accepts, but make certain to check the hardware compatibility list that comes in the box. If your card isn't listed, you may need to buy a new one. NT also can be very picky about the devices it will connect to - generally you're better off to use SCSI devices than IDE/ATAPI devices. Microsoft had to write most of these drivers itself, and I don't think they enjoyed the job.
NT includes a Telnet program, Remote Access Services for connecting to the Internet (and more), an FTP server program (though the only client is text-based), and some smaller TCP/IP services. You may want to explore the EMWAC site for more tools.
Let's move on to setting TCP/IP for this thing up.
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