List Of Acronym in Building Linux IPV6 DNS Server

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Published on October 19, 2008

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List Of Acronym in Building Linux IPV6 DNS Server

Building A Linux IPv6 DNS Server LIST OF ACRONYM BIND - Berkeley Internet Domain ICANN – International Council of Assigned Names and Numbers RR's – Resource Records TTL – Time To Live NAT – Network Address Translation Page 127

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