DNS on Windows Server 2003 by Matt Larson, Cricket Liu and Robbie Allen…

DNS on Windows Server 2003 by Matt Larson, Cricket Liu and Robbie Allen…







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Edition Number: 3 Language: English
Publication Year: 2003 Format: Paperback
ISBN:

9780596005627

DNS on Windows Server 2003 by Matt Larson, Cricket Liu and Robbie Allen…

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Synopsis
The Domain Name System (DNS) is one of the Internet’s fundamental building blocks: the distributed host information database that’s responsible for translating domain names into numerical IP addresses, routing mail to its proper destination, and many other services. This new book on the subject is a special Windows-oriented edition of the classic DNS and BIND, one of our most successful titles, now in it’s fourth edition. Veteran O’Reilly authors and DNS experts Cricket Liu, Matt Larson and Robbie Allen explain the whole system in terms of the new Windows Server 2003, from starting and stopping a DNS service to establishing an organization’s namespace in the global hierarchy. While computers and other devices identify each other on networks or the Internet by using unique addresses made up of numbers, humans rely on the Domain Name System (DNS), the distributed database that allows us to identify machines by name. DNS does the work of translating domain names into numerical IP addresses, routing mail to its proper destination, and many other services, so that users require little or no knowledge of the system. If you’re a network or system administrator, however, configuring, implementing, and maintaining DNS zones can be a formidable challenge. And now, with Windows Server 2003, an understanding of the workings of DNS is even more critical.”DNS on Windows Server 20003″ is a special Windows-oriented edition of the classic “DNS and BIND,” updated to document the many changes to DNS, large and small, found in Windows Server 2003. Veteran O’Reilly authors, Cricket Liu, Matt Larson, and Robbie Allen explain the whole system in terms of the new Windows Server 2003, from starting and stopping a DNS service to establishing an organization’s namespace in the global hierarchy. Besides covering general issues like installing, setting up, and maintaining the server, “DNS on Windows Server 2003″ tackles the many issues specific to the new Windows environment, including the use of the dnscmd program to manage the Microsoft DNS Server from the command line and development using the WMI DNS provider to manage the name server programmatically. The book also documents new features of the Microsoft DNS Server in Windows Server 2003, including conditional forwarding and zone storage in Active Directory (AD) application partitions.”DNS on Windows Server 2003” provides grounding in: Security issuesSystem tuningCachingZone change notificationTroubleshootingPlanning for growthIf you’re a Windows administrator, “DNS on Windows Server 2003” is the operations manual you need for working with DNS every day. If you’re a Windows user who simply wants to take the mystery out of the Internet, this book is a readable introduction to the Internet’s architecture and inner workings.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0596005628
ISBN-13 9780596005627
eBay Product ID (ePID) 5956568

Key Details
Author Cricket Liu, Matt Larson, Robbie Allen
Number Of Pages 418 pages
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2003-12-27
Language English
Publisher O’Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication Year 2003

Additional Details
Edition Number 3
Copyright Date 2004
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Weight 23.1 Oz
Height 1.1 In.
Width 7 In.
Length 9.2 In.

Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional

Classification Method
LCCN 2004-557425
LC Classification Number TK5105.875.I57
Dewey Decimal 004.678
Dewey Edition 21

Table Of Content
Preface 1. Background A (Very) Brief History of the Internet On the Internet and Internets The Domain Name System, in a Nutshell The History of the Microsoft DNS Server Must I Use DNS? 2. How Does DNS Work? The Domain Namespace The Internet Domain Namespace Delegation Name Servers and Zones Resolvers Resolution Caching 3. Where Do I Start? Which Name Server? Choosing a Domain Name 4. Setting Up the Microsoft DNS Server Our Zone Installing the DNS Server The DNS Console Setting Up DNS Data Running a Primary Master Name Server Running a Secondary Name Server Adding More Zones DNS Properties What Next? 5. DNS and Electronic Mail MX Records Adding MX Records with the DNS Console What’s a Mail Exchanger, Again? The MX Algorithm DNS and Exchange 6. Configuring Hosts The Resolver Resolver Configuration Advanced Resolver Features Other Windows Resolvers Sample Resolver Configurations 7. Maintaining the Microsoft DNS Server What About Signals? Logging Updating Zone Data Zone Datafile Controls Aging and Scavenging 8. Integrating with Active Directory Active Directory Domains Storing Zones in Active Directory DNS as a Service Location Broker 9. Growing Your Domain How Many Name Servers? Adding More Name Servers Registering Name Servers Changing TTLs Planning for Disasters Coping with Disaster 10. Parenting When to Become a Parent How Many Children? What to Name Your Children How to Become a Parent: Creating Subdomains Subdomains of in-addr.arpa Domains Good Parenting Managing the Transition to Subdomains The Life of a Parent 11. Advanced Features and Security New Ways to Make Changes WINS Linkage Building Up a Large, Sitewide Cache with Forwarders Load Sharing Between Mirrored Servers The ABCs of IPv6 Addressing Securing Your Name Server 12. nslookup and dig Is nslookup a Good Tool? Interactive Versus Noninteractive Option Settings Avoiding the Search List Common Tasks Less Common Tasks Troubleshooting nslookup Problems Best of the Net Using dig 13. Managing DNS from the Command Line Installing the DNS Server Stopping and Starting the DNS Server Service Managing the DNS Server Configuration An Installation and Configuration Batch Script Other Command-Line Utilities 14. Managing DNS Programmatically WMI and the DNS Provider WMI Scripting with VBScript and Perl Server Classes Zone Classes Resource Record Classes 15. Troubleshooting DNS Is DNS Really Your Problem? Checking the Cache Using DNSLint Potential Problem List Interoperability Problems Problem Symptoms 16. Miscellaneous Using CNAME Records Wildcards A Limitation of MX Records DNS and Internet Firewalls Dial-up Connections A. DNS Message Format and Resource Records Master File Format DNS Messages Resource Record Data B. Converting from BIND to the Microsoft DNS ServerC. Top-Level Domains Index



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