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ukrainet 01-10-2005 06:34 AM

How the DNS-server is connected to work of a web-server and a mail-server?
 
How the DNS-server is connected to work of a web-server and a mail-server?

trickykid 01-10-2005 07:23 AM

Sounds like a quiz question...

DNS = Domain Name Server

Basically a DNS server is a translator. When someone does any type of lookup on a network, net, web, etc... using a name, it corresponds with the proper DNS server to translate that name into a real IP address.

vinsky2002 01-10-2005 09:18 PM

with out a DNS on your Web server, you may need to access your web pages via IP address.....

ex.: http://192.168.20.201/index.html


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