Alternative DNS Servers
by Jan-Piet Mens
Publisher: UIT Cambridge Ltd. 2009
Number of pages: 747
Providing a complete survey of DNS servers, this reference outlines the most suitable types of servers for varying scenarios. Addressing performance and security issues, this resource describes in detail the ideal scenarios for each server. Additional topics discussed include how DNS information can be stored in LDAP directories or SQL databases as well as how to construct robust DNS systems.
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