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* Unique entry-level guide to Domain Name System (DNS), which translates Internet host names into IP addresses and is used with all Internet web servers
* Shows just how to mount, configure, and repair DNS on both Windows and also UNIX web servers
* Helps individuals looking for technology certifications read up on DNS concept, terms, and also architecture-a requirement in a number of prominent exams
* Includes real-world examples based on the author's day-to-day encounter with both big as well as small networks
- Paperback: 360 pages
- Publisher: For Dummies; 1 edition (February 7, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0764516833
- ISBN-13: 978-0764516832
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
Great Book… Configured my Home DNS Server in one day…!
This book is worth it… The version I have is from 2002, but the concepts are still relevant. For me the makings of a good book, is one that makes the complex concepts understandable enough so that you can implement real-life scenarios. I now have a home DNS server that my kids will use so that I can monitor which websites they will be able to access. Then I will use my home firewall to block them from using any other DNS server, just in case they try to change the windows desktop DNS server settings. Great book… I was up and running in no time….
Needed another reference, I keep some books at home and others at work for reference.
A great book, just not quite sufficient for true "dummies" like me
I would like to be able to give this book 5 stars but it is a little light on the explanation of some of the intermediate level topics. For example, the explanation of the OSI model in the first section of the book makes a few too many assumptions about the education level of the reader.
Starts off slowly
Starts off slowly and a bit too “dummy” for me but progresses into the meat of the matter and seems pretty thorough. If you are an advanced user and don’t like to have to skim ahead get an O’Reilly book. If you are new or was fairly knowledgeable but need a refresher (that was me) this book will do nicely.
A must read guide if you are new to DNS …
A must read guide if you are new to DNS.
4 people found this helpful.
This is an excellent book for both beginners and those with some knowledge of DNS and how it works. It starts with the basics and includes how DNS relates to TCP/IP and the OSI model. It continues with setting up your DNS servers and troubleshooting. It continues on with more advanced concepts and security issues. All this is in a very readable format.
very boring, didn’t cover much of anything that would be …
very boring, didn’t cover much of anything that would be useful. About 5 pages of the whole book actually explained anything helpful.
I think this book is great because it enables me to understand the topic so much better.