July 3, 2002

Puget Sound Technology offering DNS administration

Puget Sound Technology's next workshop covers beginning DNS (Domain Name
System) administration. The class will be held Wednesday, July 24, 6:30
p.m. to 9:30 p.m., in Everett, Wash. This class will cover the basics
of configuring the BIND named software for providing domain name services.

The BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Daemon) software is the most popular
domain name server; and a few surveys indicate that it handles around
85-percent of the internet's DNS requests. The free and open source
software is available for various Unix operating systems.

The workshop covers basic DNS concepts, common types of
resource records, domain name registration, root zones, DNS zones, and
setting up backup DNS (secondary or slave servers). The workshop will
also teach about reverse lookups (in-addr.arpa) and DNS troubleshooting
techniques.

This course is one of a series of ongoing open source seminars
provided by Puget Sound Technology. Upcoming workshops include:
Installing Linux; Exploring the KDE Graphical Environment;
Maintaining BSD Systems; and Setting up a NAT (IP Masquerading) and
Firewall Router.

Seating is limited. For more further information and to register, visit
http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/training/works hops/.
(To learn more about upcoming classes, workshops and other
training events, join their announcements mailing list.)

About Puget Sound Technology

Puget Sound Technology is an IT technical support, consulting, training,
and outsourcing company that specializes in BSD, Linux, free software
and open source solutions. Located in the north Seattle, Wash. area,
Puget Sound Technology provides professional planning and designing,
implementation, operations, training, and maintenance services for
computer systems and networks. For more information, please visit http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/.

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