Chapter 7 Review - Chapter 7 - Domain Name Service Review...

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Chapter 7 - Domain Name Service Review Review of attempt 1 Question 1 Marks: 9 Match each item with a statement below. The first reference implementation of DNS. Consists of all elements of a domain name, in which each is followed by a period, and the final period stands for the root of the DNS hierarchy itself. Are divided into four classes, of which only the Internet class is of interest to most users. Goal is to speed access to specific domain names by storing a copy of the lookup data locally, while providing neither primary nor secondary DNS server functions. Allow you to define aliases for hosts in your zone, mostly as a convenience to make entering such data inside zone files more efficient. The first entry in any DNS file. Used primarily to determine if the IP address that a user presents matches the domain name from which the user claims to originate. Resilient in the face of errors and failures.
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course CNS 1 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '11 term at Texas State Technical Colleges.

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