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Nov'15

Troubleshooting DNS server Configuration issues using dig command

The dig command offers  you the most information when querying a domain or a particular host within the domain. Syntax: …

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Nov'15

Troubleshooting DNS using nslookup and host commands in Linux

The most basic test after the DNS server has been set up properly is to ping the hostname of the …

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Nov'15

Forwarding-Only DNS server Configuration in Linux – RHEL6

A forwarding-only server does not actually handle any queries, but instead just forwards them to the correct location. This might …

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Nov'15

Caching-Only DNS server

The setup of a name caching-only server is a little different from what you have done already. The first thing …

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Nov'15

SLAVE DNS server Configuration in Linux

A slave DNS server is similar to a master DNS server. It can help with load balancing and provide redundancy …

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Nov'15

Master DNS Server Configuration in Linux

The Configuration mentioned in this post is part of the post “DNS Server Configuration in Linux“ A master server is …

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