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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 should the master DNS server fail. Because it serves as a “secondary” DNS server, it actually pulls the necessary files from its master counterpart, making configuration...


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 the basis for the DNS infrastructure. It provides a place to define all DNS records and extend them to secondary servers that can help with load...


DNS Server Configuration in Linux

When you’re trying to access a website, you type in the name you are looking  for and it comes up. In the background, though, Domain Name Service (DNS) is what translates that website name into an IP address so that the site may be accessed. This...


FTP configuration in Linux

There are many different ways you can share files with users on your network. This capability is important because you don’t always want your users storing things locally on their desktop or laptop. Should something happen to your end users’ systems, they would lose all their...


Samba Client Configuration in Linux

Now that all your Samba shares are set up, you can access them from one of the client systems (Client02). Be aware that you need to install the client Samba packages before you can connect to any Samba shares.


Samba Server configuration in Linux

As a Linux administrator, when you think Windows, you should also think Samba. Samba is a great technology that you can run on Linux allowing you to communicate and interact with Windows servers and clients. A Samba server can host Windows shares, act as a print...


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