Concise Guide to Windows 2000 DNS (Concise Guide) by Andy Ruth, Bob Collier

By Andy Ruth, Bob Collier

The Concise consultant to home windows 2000 DNS presents a beginning wisdom of DNS and dynamic DNS, and the talents had to set up, preserve, and troubleshoot DNS in a home windows 2000 setting. This publication is helping you realize what services the DNS provider offers to home windows 2000 networks and the way it inter-operates with different types of DNS. It additionally discusses the RFCs that pertain to DNS and gives you with an realizing of every of them.

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Tracking PnP network adapters, and the domain name assigned to each. ■ Requesting multiple “A” resource records be prioritized based on the network the client is on, rather than the order provided by the DNS name server configured to use the round-robin method. ■ Accepting a response from nonqueried IP address. ■ Automatically reloading the Hosts file into cache when the Hosts file is modified. ■ Ceasing to perform queries if all the resolver’s queries time out with no response. An “A” type resource record is a record that lists a computer’s hostname and its associated IP address.

Arpa (reverse lookup zone) displayed. Installing and Configuring the DNS Service When configuring DNS support for your network, you must decide how many servers will be needed to support a zone and which servers will perform what tasks before installing the service, and configuring the zones. The DNS service is available with any of the Windows 2000 Server products. Installing the DNS Service You can install the DNS service as part of the operating system installation process, during the domain controller promotion process, or after the installation is complete.

When IPV6 is fully implemented, the number of IP addresses will be even greater. No single name server can hold all the locating information for all the IP addresses and domains that comprise the Internet; therefore, a name server stores only a portion of that information. The IPV6 protocol is the replacement for the currently used version of IP, which is IPV4. IPV4 is based on a 32-bit hexadecimal address. IPV6 is based on a 128-bit hexadecimal IP address. For more information on the IPV6 protocol, refer to RFC 1752 to see the recommendations for the new protocol, RFC 1883 for the protocol’s specifications, and RFC 1884 for the protocol’s architectural description.

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