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DNS on Windows 2000 by Matt Larson

By Matt Larson

DNS on home windows 2000 is a different Windows-oriented variation of the vintage DNS and BIND. The area identify method (DNS) is likely one of the Internet's primary construction blocks: the allotted host info database that is answerable for translating names into addresses, routing mail to its right vacation spot, and plenty of different providers. because the preface says, if you are utilizing the web, you are already utilizing DNS-- no matter if you do not know it. along with protecting normal matters like fitting, constructing, and retaining the server, DNS on home windows 2000 tackles these particular to the home windows setting: integration among DNS and energetic listing, conversion from BIND to the Microsoft DNS server, and registry settings. It will pay detailed recognition to defense matters, method tuning, caching, sector switch notification, troubleshooting, and making plans for development. appropriate for either home windows directors who use DNS day-by-day, and clients who are looking to take hold of how the web works.

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Arpa domain. arpa domain are labeled after the numbers in the dotted-octet representation of IP addresses. arpa domain, for example, could have up to 256 subdomains, one corresponding to each possible value in the first octet of an IP address. Each of these subdomains could have up to 256 subdomains of its own, corresponding to the possible values of the second octet. Finally, at the fourth level down, there are resource records attached to the final octet giving the full domain name of the host at that IP address.

255. 255. A Sidebar on CIDR Once upon a time, when we wrote the first edition of this book, the Internet's 32-bit address space was divided up into three main classes of networks: Class A, Class B, and Class C. Class A networks were networks in which the first octet (the first eight bits) of the IP address identified the network, and the remaining bits were used by the organization assigned the network to differentiate hosts on the network. Most organizations with Class A networks also subdivided their networks into subnetworks, or subnets, adding another level of hierarchy to the addressing scheme.

NET. GOV. NET. > ^D The basic technique we used is straightforward: look up the list of name servers for the top-level domain -- because they're the only ones with complete information about the corresponding zone -- then query one of those name servers and list the name servers for the delegated subdomains. If you can't tell from the names of the subdomains which one you belong in, you can look up the contact information for the corresponding zone and send email to the technical contact asking, politely, for advice.

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