In this chapter, you learned how to set up DNS. You dealt with its configuration from YaST, because YaST is a convenient tool to set up a DNS environment; it allows you to set all the relevant options. If YaST can't do it, you can still tune the configuration files mentioned in this chapter by hand to include some of the more advanced options. One of these that is particularly important is the inclusion of security keys to limit the possibility of doing a zone transfer. You learned in this chapter how to do that. In the next chapter, you will learn how to set up DHCP on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
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