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CREATING REPOSITORIES IN VM AND OTHER BASIC CONFIGURATIONS

From a previous post we talked about installing a VM and the basic configurations. From this post I’m going to show you how to create a local repository on a VM and how to connect to that… 428 more words

Softwares

Instalación y configuración básica de bind9 sobre Debian GNU/Linux.

Preámbulo.

En esta entrada se propone la instalación y configuración del servicio bind9 sobre Debian GNU/Linux en su versión Jessie.

Alcance.

Instalación y configuración del servicio bind. 311 more words

DNS

Optimizing Negative Caching Time in DNS

A recent presentation by SIDN (.nl) at the Spring 2016 DNS-OARC workshop reminded me of the importance of Time-To-Live (TTL) values in TLD zones. Specifically, it got me thinking about lowering the negative caching time in .ch/.li from currently 1 hour to 15 minutes. 813 more words

DNS & DNSSEC

DNS again. Thanks, melanoma.

This morning dawned grey and snowy, as every morning for the past four days has.  Happy spring!  It was also grey and rainy back in my home state, I gather, as my newsfeed got flooded today with triumphant pics of old friends and acquaintances smiling despite being soaked after finishing the hometown half marathon there this morning. 236 more words

Running

Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition Public DNS, IP and Certificates requirements

Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition deploys multiple VMs which allows users to connect with on-premises PSTN Infrastructure. As it contains Edge Server role, then obviously it requires Public DNS, IP and Certificates to function properly. 490 more words

Skype For Business

Changing your router's DNS settings to increase speed and security

”At times, you may experience slow hiccups while trying to use the internet from your home,” Anthony Bouchard writes for iDownloadBlog. “Sometimes, these problems can be attributed to your router’s DNS settings because your ISP may not always have the best DNS server speeds.” 86 more words

How To

Virtual Network Services

Virtual Networks on Azure are broken down into Address Spaces and Subnets:

  • Virtual Networks (VNets) provide network connectivity for Azure resources both internally and externally via a VPN Gateway.
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