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By Andy Ruth, Bob Collier

The Concise advisor to home windows 2000 DNS presents a starting place wisdom of DNS and dynamic DNS, and the talents had to set up, keep, and troubleshoot DNS in a home windows 2000 setting. This ebook is helping what features the DNS carrier offers to home windows 2000 networks and the way it inter-operates with different models of DNS. It additionally discusses the RFCs that pertain to DNS and gives you with an knowing of every of them.

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S. Federal government only. Any state or local agencies are registered under their respective two-letter state code. S. Military. ■ XX—This domain is used for countries, with each country having a two-letter country code. For instance, the country code for the United States is US, and for the United Kingdom is UK. txt). Adding More Domains If more top-level domains were added, they would be defined by IANA and an RFC would be generated detailing the new domains and their use. Domain Names and FQDNs Below the top-level domains are second-level domains, and below that, there exist even more subdomains.

As part of the startup process, the computer can send information to the DNS name server requesting its name and IP address be added to the database. Resolver The client computer (the computer that is requesting information from a DNS name server) has a piece of software installed that is known as a resolver. A resolver is a program on a client computer that enables it to form queries for name resolution by a DNS name server. A resolver is sometimes referred to as a resolver stub, because it is a small portion of a larger piece of software, such as the TCP/IP stack.

Txt). Recursive Query If you configure a DNS client or server for recursion, you are configuring that client or server to form and answer queries for an absolute answer. That is, provide the IP address requested, or reply that it does not exist. 8) is typically a requestthe-resolver stub on a client computer form, which requests the IP address associated with a given computer name or domain name in the domain name space. The response that can be provided to this type of query is absolute, so the name server that receives a recursive query either provides the resolver with the IP address requested, or sends a failed-resolution message, such as an unknown host message, back to the client.

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