Chapter 20. Optimizing DNS

This chapter discusses the techniques you’ll use to set up and manage Domain Name System (DNS) on a network. DNS is a name-resolution service that resolves computer names to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. When you use DNS, the fully qualified host name omega.microsoft.com, for example, could be resolved to an IP address, which enables computers to find one another. DNS operates over the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol stack and can be integrated with Windows ...

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