Wednesday, September 29, 2010

TrainSignal Lab 04 – DNS Infrastructures

TrainSignal Lab 04 – DNS Infrastructures
Fun, interactive scenarios make our lessons easy to retain! Install and configure a DNS
Server and develop a DNS Infrastructure for your organization
Learn how and why to use a Primary DNS Suffix
Create Forward/Reverse Lookup Zones on multiple servers
Create and manage Resource Records, including A, PTR, CNAME, MX, NS, and SRV Records
Set up DNS Clients to interact with Active Directory and connect to internet resources
Test & troubleshoot DNS Name Resolution using Dynamic DNS (DDNS)
Configure zone transfers between a Primary and Secondary DNS Server
Learn how to configure your DNS Servers to boost performance and make it more secure
Delagate authority for a DNS Zone to another DNS Server on the network
Learn the difference between a DNS Domain and a DNS Zone!
“Promote” your Secondary DNS Server in case of a Primary DNS Server failure
Configure round-robin DNS to load balance your WWW requests
Setup and configure Conditional Forwarding
Learn how the DNS Name Space works, including Root Servers, Top Level Domains, etc…
Learn how the DNS Name Resolution process works (i.e. Hosts File, Local Cache, Name Server, etc…)
Set up a Stub Zone to cut down on Zone Transfer Traffic
Connect to a Live Registrar (Go Daddy) and change your Domain Name Settings in order to host your own DNS Servers
Test and troubleshoot access to your web site through Internet Explorer
Setup “Live” Public DNS Servers on the Internet
Create Resource Records on your public DNS Server to allow FTP and WWW access
Learn how to setup a Split-Brain DNS, with separate Name Servers on your public and private networks
Setup Active Directory Integrated DNS Zones that will server your private network and securely connect users out to internet resources

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