Wednesday, 13 January 2016

DNS


DNS is a network service to translate the website into Internet addresses. DNS provides a service that is quite important, because when the computer work using IP addresses to perform routing, in general, people are more wear host and domain.

DNS in their daily lives is like the phone book. By the time you type a website address in the browser, we will be redirected to the ip address of the website. For example, you type google.com, then we will be redirected to the IP address 8.8.8.8

DNS usually obtained directly from the ISP (Internet Service Provider) or can we use like Google Public DNS. For how to register your DNS server, can be done by adding a DNS in /etc/resolv.conf. If no such file, living we create it manually.

After added, do not forget to restart service network.


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