Introduction to Linux Network Administration
Configuring Domain Name Service
Welcome to Linux and UNIX Network Administration II
, the last course in the four-part Linux/UNIX System and Network Administration Series.
This course focuses on
- the basics of configuring and using the Domain Name Service,
- the Network Information System, and
- the Network File System.
Versions of UNIX covered
The course covers variations between Solaris, Linux, AIX, and HP-UX operating systems.
The examples and exercises focus on using a Linux or a Solaris system, however. In cases where the commands or procedures vary
significantly between Linux and Solaris, two versions of examples and exercises are offeredone for Linux and one for Solaris.
After completing the course, you will be able to:
- Explain the structure and function of the Domain Name Service (DNS)
- Set up a UNIX machine to function as a DNS server
- Configure and use
- Set up an NIS domain, with an NIS master server and NIS clients
- Describe basic network security issues and solutions
- Set up a UNIX machine to act as an NFS server
- Set up a UNIX machine to act as an NFS client