It includes an attractive web interface for users, admins, and clients to access and update their DNS zone data as well as a rich API for provisioning systems to interact with. All zone data is stored in MySQL and is extracted by export scripts to the DNS server of choice (tinydns, BIND, PowerDNS). Updates are [...]
Unlike the built-in dhclient, your FreeBSD system does not come with DHCP server software. This is because you only need to configure a DHCP server if you want to lease out IP configuration for your own network. However, there are two ports that allow you to create your own DHCP server. The first is known [...]
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In a Windows 2000 domain environment, all of the domain controllers are piers. Â There are no PDCs and BDCs that you find in a Windows NT domain. Â All Windows 2000 domain controllers contain a writable replica (or copy) of the Active Directory Database, and unlike the hierarchical server structure in a Windows NT domain (the [...]
By default, OpenSSH dumps log messages to /var/log/secure authentication log file. The need to log particular host or group of IP address to separate SSH log file is needed at times to further log SSH details for further record and monitoring. Create Separate SSH Log File for Particular SSH Client Log Attempts Here’s how to [...]
Installing the DHCP Service You can install DHCP either during or after the initial installation of Windows 2000 Server or Advanced Server, although there must be a working DNS in the environment. To validate your DNS server, click Start, click Run, type cmd, press ENTER, type ping friendly name of an existing DNS server in [...]