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Old 12-14-2007, 09:00 AM   #1
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LXer: DNS Part 1: Introduction and a Simple Server

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A long time ago in net time (so around 1999) I wrote an article about setting up DNS. The article I wrote was terse to say the least. Recently I had the opportunity to work on a new DNS installation that grew to become somewhat complex. I decided to do a series on DNS covering the scope of what I have dealt with in hopes that it might help others. Although the scope I have dealt with is really mild; we have to start somewhere. In this first part of the series - an extremely simple DNS server with very few hosts is covered to get the feet wet.



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