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In Mac OS X Server 10.6 Snow Leopard: DNS and Network Services, instructor Sean Colins introduces the networking services available in Snow Leopard Server. This course covers setting up a DNS server to provide network resources, using firewalls to protect systems against intrusion and to route traffic, using DHCP to automatically configure network settings for computers when they join a network, and accessing a network securely via a remote VPN (virtual private network) connection. Exercise files accompany the course.
To complete this course, you're going to need some things to be finished before you start each chapter. DNS being the first in our services, we're really not going to have too many things that are necessary in order to get this set up, but there are some things you should be aware of. First, you're going to need Snow Leopard Server. You have to have the software and a computer to run it on and you probably want to have a client set up as well, so that you can test your DNS setup between your client and your server. It can also be helpful to already have DNS set up on the Internet, but we'll talk about that later on in the course.
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