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

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.

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