O'Reilly Learning Path - Networking for Sysadmins
English | Size: 3.01 GB
Category: Linux | Security
Networking is a complex but essential area of study for system administrators. This Learning Path covers the ways users can connect to a network; the concepts of switching, routing, and internetworking; end-to-end protocols; end-to-end data; network security; and everything else you need to know to keep a network functioning smoothly.
Every Linux system administrator needs a sound understanding of domain name servers (DNS) and resource records. This segment of your Learning Path teaches what you need to know, including the theory behind DNS and how it works. You'll learn about name servers, and common types of resource records. Finally, you'll cover about DNS query tools including nslookup and dig, as well as advanced topics such as NOTIFY and sender policy framework.
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