December 5, 2000
Linux and Windows NT 4.0 part VII: domain name servers
Author: JT Smith
"It slices, it dices, it's the step between having an IP address like 18.104.22.168 and a cool name like Linux.com! It's called DNS, a distributed internet domain name ervice that resolves names to numbers. Chris Campbell, Project Manager of Linux.com's Sysadmin section, shows you how to migrate your Windows NT DNS to Linux." More at Linux.com.