Workshop date: 21-25 February 2012
Venue: Room 293, Level 2, Hotel Ashok
This is a technical workshop, made of up lecture and hands-on lab work to teach DNS and DNS Security Extentions targeted at operators who are responsible for the DNS services in their organization.
Network/systems administrators and engineers from ISP/REN/Universities or corporations, who are responsible for DNS service, and operating authoritative and/or recursive DNS installations.
- Medium to good knowledge of the UNIX/Linux command line environment
- Basic understanding of DNS (this course is not an introduction)
- Basic knowledge of TCP/IP networking
- PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING A LAPTOP
- DNS concepts
- BIND (DNS server) and Resolver (DNS client) configurations
- Setting up domains
- DNS debugging tools, troubleshooting, and techniques
- Reverse DNS
- Access control lists
- Split DNS
- Secured dynamic updates
- DNS security extensions (DNSSEC)
- DNS and IPv6
Phil Regnauld, Network Startup Resource Center, Denmark
Hervey Allen, Network Startup Resource Center, Chile
Andy Linton, Network Startup Resource Center, New Zealand
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