Favorite DNS?

Andy Bradford amb-plug at bradfords.org
Thu Jul 26 20:24:11 MDT 2007


Thus said Lonnie Olson on Wed, 25 Jul 2007 00:14:41 MDT:

> Depends on your intended use of it.  If you plan to ever include "DNS"
> to your resume you  *must* learn to use BIND. In  the general IT world
> DNS = BIND.

Are you claiming  that without learning to use BIND  one cannot know how
to diagnose  DNS problems such  as lame servers,  authoritative answers,
recursive vs  iterative queries, in-bailiwick  NS records, what  a CNAME
record really means, etc...? If someone  included DNS on their resume, I
would fully expect them to know how to diagnose DNS problems, regardless
of what the underlying DNS software is.

Andy
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