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 Understand your Domain Name System

The Domain Name System (DNS) is the service that converts hostnames and domain details into the IP addresses required for application to communicate. This article looks at the basics of DNS setup, how servers and requests are distributed, and exchanged and how to set up and keep a DNS environment running smoothly.

 (Submitted by BlueVoodoo Thu Mar 13, 2008 )

  


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