Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing a DNS server, part of Deploying and Configuring Core TCP/IP Services.
- Now we've talked about DNS servers and DNS in general,…let's go ahead and see how you would convert…a Windows 2012 basic server into a DNS server.…First we need to bring up our Server Manager.…If the Server Manager doesn't come up automatically,…then you can always come down to the task bar…and click the Server Manager icon to bring it up.…Once you have your Server Manager up,…you can click Add roles and features.…Go ahead and click Next, Next again.…Now verify the server that you have highlighted…is the server you want to convert to a DNS server,…and then click Next one more time.…
And finally, come over here…and check on the DNS Server Role.…Go ahead and add the features and then click Next,…and then Next one more time,…and then Next one more time.…Again, this particular server will not need to be restarted…but just in case you do need to restart,…go ahead and click on Restart automatically,…click Yes, and then click Install.…Now I have to wait while the server…goes through the process of adding the DNS server role.…
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- Differentiate between classful and classless Iv4 addresses.
- Describe the features of an IPv6 address.
- Define self-allocation assignment.
- Recall how to install a DHCP server.
- Explain how to install a DNS server.