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Practical Linux Infrastructure by Syed Ali

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CHAPTER 8

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DNS Using BIND and DHCP

Domain Name System (DNS) is the backbone of the Internet. Without DNS we would be lost in navigating websites. For many enterprises, choosing a robust DNS solution—one that is easy to manage and able to meet to the needs of the enterprise—can be a challenging task. This chapter focuses on how to design an enterprise-friendly DNS solution using BIND. BIND is an open source DNS implementation that has become the de facto reference implementation (https://www.isc.org/downloads/bind/). BIND stands for Berkeley Internet Name Domain, because the software was developed at the University of California at Berkeley during ...

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