Intermediate Level Users.
Computers and devices identify each other on a network or the Internet by using a unique address made up of various numbers. The Domain Name System (DNS) makes it easier for humans to identify and make requests to these machines by associating the numbers with names.
This book is a tailored version of the classic 'DNS & BIND - 4 ed'. Beginning with Domain Name System theory, the book quickly moves into issues need to help readers decide whether to set up their own zones and then details how to go about implementation.
Additional chapters discuss maintenance, configuration issues and planning for growth. The final chapters address common problems and troubleshooting.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 10 / 2001