Chapter 3. Advanced DHCP and DNS

Windows Server 2012 includes several tools that increase the functionality, security, and manageability of name and Internet Protocol (IP) address spaces. It is important to be able to efficiently manage the name and address space because of the increase in computers on organizational networks that use dynamically assigned names and addresses. This chapter discusses IP address management (IPAM), a technology that simplifies the centralized management of Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) and Domain Name System (DNS) servers. Maintaining the integrity of the DNS is also important, and in recent years there have been an increase in attacks against DNS infrastructure. In this chapter you discover several different ...

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