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Tutorial: Setting up Domain Name System (DNS) Servers

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If this isn't enough, O'reilly has a book entitled DNS and BIND -- the one with the cricket on the cover.
The core of domain name system (DNS) is the invention of a hierarchical, domain-based naming scheme and a distributed database system for implementing this scheme. This allows local control of segments of the overall database, yet the data is available across the entire network through a client-server scheme. This database of domains is maintained by interNIC (Network Information Center). Robustness and adequate performance are achieved through replication and caching...
 read more | mail this link | score:5428 | -Ray, March 5, 2001 (Updated: June 16, 2003)
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