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Networking & Cloud Computing
  • Author:
    Criag Hunt,Craig Hunt
  • ISBN:
    0782127363
  • ISBN13:
    978-0782127362
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  • Publisher:
    Sybex Inc; 1st edition (January 15, 2000)
  • Pages:
    423 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Networking & Cloud Computing
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Linux DNS Server Administration shows how to do that, treating Linux generically (the book sticks to features of the .

Linux DNS Server Administration shows how to do that, treating Linux generically (the book sticks to features of the . kernel that are common to all distributions) and showing how to configure Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) on top of that base. The result is a technical document that's focused, detailed, and oriented toward the practical considerations-such as security-of real-world system administration. Craig Hunt walks you through configuring DNS for many straight-forward, day to day configurations, as well as some quite esoteric setups and needs.

Topics include Samba, System Administration, DNS Server Administration, Apache, Security, and Sendmail. Craig Hunt is a noted Linux expert who lectures regularly on the topics at the NetWorld+Interop, ComNet, and other networking trade shows.

Geared especially toward professional Linux administrators, this book-part of an eight-book set from the Craig Hunt Linux Library-provides advanced treatment of Domain Name Service (DNS), a server that translates Internet.

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Topics include Samba, System Administration, DNS Server . In addition to Linux Network Servers, Craig authored the highly acclaimed Linux Sendmail Administration and Linux DNS Server Administration.

Linux Dns Server Administration book. The Craig Hunt Linux Library provides the advanced information that Linux professionals and systems administrators need to keep their Linux servers up and running at maximum efficiency.

Craig Hunt and Criag Hunt. The Craig Hunt Linux Library is an eight-book set that provides in-depth, advanced. Download Linux DNS Server Administration (Craig Hunt Linux Library). Windows Server 2003 Network Administration by Craig Hunt - Powell. Topics include Samba, System Administration, DNS Server. Windows Server 2003 Network Administration by Craig Hunt: This book is the Windows Server version. Client/Server computing Client

Linux is here to stay, and Linux Network Servers provides the skills and information needed to take advantage .

Linux may not have toppled Windows on the desktop, but it has secured a place in IT infrastructures as an economical and practical network server, able to support a wide variety of services, including the Web, FTP, e-mail, DNS, printer sharing, and file sharing. The author, renowned Linux authority Craig Hunt, has updated the book to cover the latest Linux kernel, . and added new insights and perspectives regarding the robust new role that Linux is serving in IT.

Published January 15, 2000 by Sybex Inc. Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

The Craig Hunt Linux Library provides the advanced information that Linux professionals and systems administrators need to keep their Linux servers up and running at maximum efficiency. The result is a technical document that's focused, detailed, and oriented toward the practical considerations-such as security-of real-world system administration

A complete reference for Web administrators utilizing Linux explains how to utilize the Domain Name Service (DNS) server to translate internet protocols for local usage, offering valuable advice and instructions on how to best configure the DNS server for effective networking. Original. (Advanced)

Gavikelv
Okay, rarely do I rave about computer books ... especially books on such dry topics as running a DNS server. I'm just one of those book buyers who tries to do a little pre-purchase research and who expects those books that I *do* purchase to at least meet their billing. But this book far surpassed what I expected from it!
Craig Hunt's writing style could be compared to that of other tech writers like Mark Minasi or Tony Redmond (both of whom normally cater to the MS world, of course). This book reads like the author is speaking to you, moves quickly through the basics, spends just the right amount of time on the key issues, warns you of pitfalls you need to avoid, and gives you some important "heads up" pointers on things to look for down the road.
If you're new to Linux and are tasked with setting up a reliable, fire and forget DNS server based off of the BIND package, this book is your ticket to getting it done right the first time. It's both a hands-on tutorial and a light reference tome in one handy package. Worth the money and then some!
Hrguig
I bought all of Craig's Linux Library books but NFS and Samba. They are all great books and easier to read than O'Reilly but I find myself using my O'Reilly DNS and Bind book over this one because Craig doesn't cover Bind 9 in detail such as rndc.
He also dropped the ball on giving complete info on how to install and configure Bind 9.
I hope the second edition is better. Until then, get O'Reilly's DNS book. You'll be glad you did.
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This books gives an excellent theoretical understanding of DNS but fails on giving technical details on installation and trouble shooting. Getting this software running is not a simple process.
I don't have the O'Reilly DNS book but based on the other O'Reilly books that I use, I would assume it has more help on installation atc. I would certainly suggest considering it first.
Agarus
good
The Sinners from Mitar
this is the best Linux DNS training book I have ever used. It is completely accurate and informative.A must buy..
Ricep
If you can only buy one book for running BIND on Linux, this is your book. Craig Hunt walks you through configuring DNS for many straight-forward, day to day configurations, as well as some quite esoteric setups and needs. The coverage of security and BIND is quite good, with ample explanations of the security issues of running a DNS server, ways to stop the "common" hacks of BIND, and options to look into for greater security (DNSSec, dedicated DNS server, keysigning, etc). The book's organization lends itself to reading cover to cover, picking up more details and better understanding as you go, while skipping areas that may or may not be germain to your particular situation (BIND 9, DNSSec etc).
This series of books from Sybex is turning out to be one of the best for Linux Administrators, the other titles (that I own) cover SAMBA and Apache, and are just as well written and compotent. While their are other books on BIND out there (such as DNS & BIND by O'Reilly) this one is the most approachable, and without sacrificing techinical details of an often misunderstood topic.
Mejora
After strugling for two weeks trying to figure out Linux Server setups (specifically DNS) I got this book. This was the third book I bought (the other two just confused me more) and I wish I bought it first. It is clear and concise with good examples. It is readable and not just DBA-jargon and for once someone understood that if you are going to buy a book on how to set up a DNS, It means that you most probably are not familiar with all the little hidden details that needs to be remembered along the lines.
I would suggest this book to everyone, from the first-timers (newbies?) to the more proficient webmaster looking for some more internet security!
All I can say is "It's a great book!"