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My Network Engineers are Talking about Implementing Split DNS. What Does that Mean?
You have heard that something called split DNS can speed up websites. What does this mean and how does it work?

dns slave  Set up your secondary DNS slave (not shown on the above diagram) to resolve outbound queries to other domains, and your internal DNS primary to resolve queries for your own local corporate domain. In this configuration, your internal slave DNS server is allowed to help out your internal primary DNS server, but your external DNS server is not allowed to help out your internal DNS server. Remember, we are trying to optimize performance for customers (not for your internal corporate users; that's Read More...
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Four Reasons to Outsource Your DNS
Do-it-yourself projects are great and can save you money, just not when it comes to doing your own DNS. With someone else managing your DNS, you can improve

dns slave  Reasons to Outsource Your DNS Do-it-yourself projects are great and can save you money, just not when it comes to doing your own DNS. With someone else managing your DNS, you can improve your own workflow since you will have the time to focus on what you do best (rather than having to put out DNS fires time and time again). In this paper, learn about four different reasons why outsourcing your DNS will actually save you money and time in the long run. Read More...
Electronic Product Code (EPC): A Key to RFID
The real benefits of radio frequency identification will be achieved, when the integration of the EPC data will be a substantial part for the control of supply

dns slave  Internet domain name server (DNS), an Internet service that translates more intuitive alphanumeric domain names into mere numerical Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Thereafter, a physical markup language (PML) server would return specific product information to the enterprise application (ERP, WMS, etc.). Again back to analogy, PML would be equivalent to a web site, describing the physical characteristics of the product. As already discussed in SCP and SCE Need to Collaborate for Better Fulfillment , in Read More...
Reducing the Cost of Systems Operations
Disintermediation is the process of removing redundant intermediaries from a systems management infrastructure. Once vital to systems monitoring, proprietary

dns slave  server, directory service (LDAP, DNS, NIS), Telnet service, FTP service, and mail services (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3). These adaptors operate in an agentless configuration. Because an agentless monitoring configuration does not require an agent to be installed on the managed server, these monitors can be set up quickly and easily. Centauri supports agentless monitoring in a number ways. One method is to connect to a server via the standard Telnet (or Secure Telnet) interface. Centauri's Telnet based Read More...
Analysis of Novell's Announced Support for Sun's Solaris 8 Operating Environment
We do not see Sun Solaris administrators implementing any Novell NDS package.

dns slave  eDirectory. With Sun's robust DNS and LDAP enabled system, we fail to see the advantages of implementing NDS on Sun. Furthermore, any mail system running on a Sun Solaris server will most likely be performing one or two functions, routing and hosting. Sendmail, Inc. has a very strong foothold on the UNIX mail market with a lion's market share of 75%. Sendmail will also be expanding its current offering through strategic partnerships with messaging vendors within the Unified Messaging (UM) space. If UNIX Read More...
Cache Poisoning Raises Cash Crop for DNS Pharmers
To understand the power of cache poisoning and pharming, imagine that you’re logging on to your Internet banking service. The page looks a little odd, but the

dns slave  Raises Cash Crop for DNS Pharmers To understand the power of cache poisoning and pharming, imagine that you’re logging on to your Internet banking service. The page looks a little odd, but the address is correct, and it has the same fields as usual. You might enter your credentials without thinking twice. Unfortunately, you’ve just provided a criminal syndicate with the contents of your bank account. Read More...
Overnight Success: Helping Small and Mid-Sized Businesses Prepare for Sudden Spikes in Online Traffic and Sales
Just to survive, let alone thrive, smaller businesses need a complete Web infrastructure that is stable, scalable, and secure. And it begins at the very first

dns slave  managed solutions for external DNS can combat Web site crashes, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, and plain old downtime. Read More...
Secure DNS/DHCP Management-An Integrated Solution
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) has been adopted as the dynamic protocol of choice for pain-free management of network resources. The integration of

dns slave  resource allocation. Indeed, combining DNS and DHCP enhances information security, thus providing a solution your organization can grow with. Read More...
DNS/DHCP High Availability
The Domain Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) have become mission-critical services as the Internet and other Internet protocol

dns slave  DHCP High Availability The Domain Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) have become mission-critical services as the Internet and other Internet protocol (IP)-based networks become business necessities. Services like IP telephony are intolerant of down-time—they require “dial tone” reliability and a solution that enables them to remain available despite any of the unforeseen circumstances that can incapacitate a server. Read More...
Mainstream Enterprise Vendors Begin to Grasp Content Management Part One: PCM System Attributes
Enterprises are becoming painfully aware of the need to clean up their structured data and unstructured content acts to capitalize on more important efforts

dns slave  Mainstream Enterprise Vendors Begin to Grasp Content Management Part One: PCM System Attributes Introduction SAP 's recent acquisition of the former catalog management vendor A2i and IBM 's acquisition of the former product information management (PIM) vendor Trigo might indicate some enterprise-wide product content management (PCM) approaches of the mainstream enterprise platform and enterprise applications or enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors, as their responses to the need for an effective Read More...
The Roaring Penguin Training Network
A recent paper presented evidence that Bayesian filtering could be effective using a shared Bayes database, even among hundreds or thousands of different users.

dns slave  (indicated with a special DNS lookup), it downloads the aggregated statistics, verifies the GPG signature, uncompresses the file, and loads the statistics into the Bayes database. The statistics are loaded into a stream called @@RPTN. Streams can choose to inherit Bayes data from this stream if they wish to use RPTN statistics. Searches related to The Roaring Penguin Training Network : Roaring Penguin Training Network RPTN Whitepaper | Canit Products Roaring Penguin Bayesian Technique Whitepaper | Canit Read More...
Microsoft Hopes to Win Over Consumer Privacy Advocates
Microsoft aims to assist users understand privacy issues by embedding privacy agents into its web browser

dns slave  block ad servers from DNS zone maps, or firewall off TCP port7, which some agencies use to deliver ads to surfers. However, except for some security conscious companies that do not allow any cookie dropping, and a small percentage of surfers who have their own firewalls and know how to use them, we can't imagine such drastic actions being taken in large numbers. Read More...
How to Defend Against New Botnet Attacks
In 2008, botnets were responsible for 90 percent of spam. The ever-changing nature of botnets makes them hard to detect and even harder to defend against@and

dns slave  Name System Servers | DNS Server | Free Internet Security | IT Infrastructure | Messagelab Computer Security White Papers | Firewall Network Security Monitoring | Optimizing Security Processes | Security Management | Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment | Endpoint Security | Messaging Security | Endpoint Protection | How Get RID of a Botnet | How to Stop Botnets | How to Get RID of a Malware | Web Threat | Computer Treat | How to Protect My Computer | Enterprise Web Protection | What is Botnet | Botnet Read More...
How to Integrate Active Directory and DNS
The Domain Name System (DNS) plays an important role in providing the information used by the Windows Domain locator service to connect and authenticate with

dns slave  Integrate Active Directory and DNS The Domain Name System (DNS) plays an important role in providing the information used by the Windows Domain locator service to connect and authenticate with Active Directory. But how can organizations with existing configurations using the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND)—the international DNS benchmark—be sure that migration to other server solutions will yield a dependable DNS solution? Read More...

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