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Special Edition Using Microsoft Active Directory by James Hudson, Sean Fullerton

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BIND Configuration Files

Several great books on BIND are available, and this book does not attempt to replace them. This section assumes that named is already installed. Many newer implementations of UNIX/Linux install named by default. Let's just look at the files necessary to support Dynamic DNS and SRV records. This example is taken from a Pentium 75 with 32MB of RAM running Slackware Linux 4.0. The computer's hostname is linux.fis.local, and its IP address is 192.168.0.3. In this section, you look at the files as they exist when you first configure named. Later, you will look at two of the files after you have enabled Dynamic DNS and have allowed a DC to register its A, PTR, and SRV records with named. After you have allowed Active Directory ...

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