In this video, I have shown how to configure a Primary DNS server. Elaborately discussed the Primary or Master DNS server Configurations. I’ve gone over the Configurations in-depth, step by step.
There are three types of DNS servers: primary, secondary, and caching-only. Each DNS server has its own set of capabilities. Although all DNS servers are used to provide the same name-resolution function. The Primary DNS Server, also known as the Master DNS Server, has been described in this video. When a DNS server manages a domain’s domain records or is in charge of a domain’s DNS records, that DNS server is referred to as the master DNS server for that domain.
The DNS records for that domain will be answered authoritatively by that DNS server. A domain DNS record must be hosted on one or more DNS servers in order to be resolved. The Master DNS Server, also known as the Primary DNS Server, creates a zone file for that domain and stores all of the domain entries in it. When the DNS Server is queried about domain DNS records, it reads the zone file and responds to the query. In this video, I demonstrate how to configure the Master DNS Server in detail.
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Primary DNS Or Master DNS Server Configuration: 👉 https://youtu.be/fb41xuax8xU
Secondary DNS Or Slave DNS Server Configuration: 👉 https://youtu.be/jygerYi-Ytk
Caching DNS Server Configuration: 👉 https://youtu.be/y_PUUwY0vwc
DNS Forwarder Configuration with Caching DNS: 👉 https://youtu.be/nDJ8WsXYtMs
Forward Zone Configuration For DNS Forward Lookup: 👉 https://youtu.be/4ghXAJvI-t4
Reverse DNS Configuration For DNS Reverse Lookup: 👉 https://youtu.be/ButSB33dXtA
DNS Records A, PTR, CNAME, NS, MX, SOA, TXT: 👉 https://youtu.be/tpQReHosCD4
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