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Eleventh Hour Linux+ by Terrence V. Lillard, Chris Happel, Brian Barber, Graham Speake

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CHAPTER 8. Installing, Configuring as a Server
Exam objectives in this chapter
■ Network Services
■ Web Services
■ Application Services

Introduction

Servers provide network services to clients, such as Domain name server (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), or they serve as an application server, such as printing and mail. The main network and application services are explained in this chapter.

Network Services

There are many network services that can be deployed to a system, and this section will look at the most commonly deployed ones: DHCP, DNS, Network Time Protocol (NTP), and the interoperability with Microsoft Windows systems.

DHCP

DHCP servers are used to configure Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) parameters ...

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