FreeOS.com: DNS TutorialMay 06, 2001, 23:32 (2 Talkback[s])
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If the DNS HOWTO isn't cutting it for you, you may want to take a look at this explanation and walkthrough of setting up DNS clients and servers for your network from FreeOS.com.
Let's say kshounish1, kshounish2, kshounish3, kshounish4, and kshounish5 are the 5 machines in a network, then for communication between each machine, each machine's /etc/hosts file should have all the five entries of the machine name. Within this small network there would be no problem if you add another machine say kshounish6 in the network. But for this too, the network administrator has to go to each machine, add the kshounish6 in /etc/hosts file and then comeback to the new comer kshounish6 machine and add all the other entries (kshounish1...kshounish5) including its own name also in /etc/hosts file.
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