|Randy Schmidt on 26 Sep 2006 17:47:20 -0000|
When Stephan mentioned a caching nameserver, I googled for information about it. One thing that wasn't clear was whether that worked for just the one computer or if I could set up the network so that all of the computers used the computer with the caching nameserver. Does that make sense? Or would I have to set up one computer as a full DNS to do that?
On 9/26/06, Lee Marzke <email@example.com> wrote:
Most distributions have a package pre-setup for this. Redhat has: caching-nameserver
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