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Thu Jan 15 23:16:39 UTC 2004
On Thursday 15 January 2004 11:25 am, you wrote:
> On Thursday 15 January 2004 04:48 am, Abula wrote:
> > I'm studying "DNS and BIND" but I haven't a pubblic IP.
> Tough read even for those of us with great english skills. Good
> luck, and be sure to ask if you have questions <smile>.
> > I would test what I'm studying, so I would use the computers of my
> > LAN. CAn I do it?
> > If I set a primary domain as localhost, can I set subdomains,
> > second level domain, as pc1,localhost?
> I believe you can, though you should use a "." rather than a ",".
> However there's no real reason to; you can create your own domain, or
> subdomains of your own domain if you have one. For convenience use a
> domain that doesn't already exist.
> > And a computer can be the nameserver?
> Any system can be a nameserver. While there are versions of bind for
> windows, if you're following the book and asking questions here you'd
> probably be better off with linux or unix.
> > Can I test mailserver also?
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