DNS and BIND

ต้องอ่าน DNS (BIND) อย่างเร่งด่วน เพราะตอนนี้ต้องใช้ความรู้เรื่องนี้ให้เข้าใจทุกอย่าง เลยพยายามแกะจากหนังสือของสำนัก O'Reilly ชื่อว่า DNS and BIND 4th Edition

DNS BIND

ประกอบด้วย  

Charpter 1 : Background

  • A (very) Brief History of the Internet  
  • On the Internet and internets  
  • The Domain Name System in a Nutshell  
  • The History of Bind  
  • Must I Use DNS ?

Charpter 2 : How Does DNS Work?  

  • The Domain Name Space  
  • The Internet Domain Name Spece  
  • Delegation  
  • Name Servers and Zones  
  • Resolvers  
  • Resolution  
  • Caching   

Charpter 3 : Where Do I Start?  

  • Getting BIND  
  • Choosing a Domain Name   

Charpter 4 : Setting Up BIND  

  • Our Zone  
  • Setting Up Zone Data  
  • Setting Up a BIND Configuration File  
  • Abbreviations  
  • Host Name Checking (BIND 4.9.4 and Later Versions)  
  • Tools  
  • Running a Primary Master Name Server  
  • Running a Slave Name Server  
  • Adding More Zones  
  • What Next ?  

Charpter 5 : DNS and Electronic Mail    

  • MX Records  
  • What's a Mail Exchanger, Again ?  
  • The MX Algorithm  

Charpter 6 : Configuring Hosts   

  • The Resolver  
  • Sample Resolver Configurations  
  • Minimizing Pain and Suffering  
  • Vendor - Specific Options  

Charpter 7 : Maintaining BIND   

  • Controlling the Name Server  
  • Updating Zone Data Files  
  • Organizing Your Files  
  • Changing System File Locations in BIND 8 and 9  
  • Logging in BIND 8 and 9  
  • Keeping Everything Running Smoothly  

Charpter 8 : Growing Your Domain   

  • How Many Name Servers?  
  • Adding More Name Servers  
  • Registering Name Servers  
  • Changing TTLs  
  • Planning For Disasters  
  • Coping with Disaster  

Charpter 9 : 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  

Charpter 10 : Advanced Features    

  • Address Match Lists and ACLs  
  • DNS Dynamic Update  
  • DNS NOTIFY (Zone Change Notification)  
  • Incremental Zone Transfer (IXFR)  
  • Forwarding  
  • Views  
  • Round Robin Load Distribution  
  • Name Server Address Sorting   
  • Preferring Name Servers on Certain Networks  
  • A nonrecursive Name Server  
  • System Tunning  
  • Compatibility  
  • The ABCs of IPv6 Addressing  
  • Addresses and Ports  
  • IPv6 Forward and Reverse Mapping  

Charpter 11 : Security  

  • TSIG  
  • Securing Your Name Server  
  • DNS and Internet Firewalls  
  • The DNS Security Extensions  

Charpter 12 : nslookup and dig   

  • Is nslookup a Good Tools?  
  • Interactive Verus Noninteractive  
  • Option Settings  
  • Avoiding the Search List  
  • Common Tasks  
  • Less Common Tasks  
  • Troubleshooting nslookup Problems  
  • Best of the Net  
  • Using dig  

Charpter 13 : Reading BIND Debugging Output  

  • Debugging Levels  
  • Turning On Debugging  
  • Reading Debugging Output  
  • The Resolver Search Algorithm and Negative Caching (BIND 8)  
  • The Resolver Search Algorithm and Negative Caching (BIND 9)  
  • Tools  

Charpter 14 : Troubleshooting DNS and BIND  

  • Is NIS Really Your Problem ?  
  • Troubleshooting Tools and Techniques  
  • Potential Problem List  
  • Transition Problems  
  • Interoperability and Version Problems  
  • TSIG Errors  
  • Problem Symptoms  

Charpter 15 : Programming with the Resolver and Name Server Library Routines  

  • Shell Script Programming with nslookup  
  • C Programming with the Resolver Library Routines  
  • Perl Programming with Net::DNS  

Charpter 16 : Miscellaneous  

  • Using CNAME Records  
  • Wildcards  
  • A Limitation of MX Records  
  • Dialup Connections  
  • Network Names and Numbers  
  • Additional Resource Records  
  • DNS and WINS  
  • DNS and Windows 2000

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