OES 2018 SP1: DNS/DHCP Services for Linux Administration Guide

  OES 2018 SP1: DNS/DHCP Services for Linux Administration Guide
    Understanding DNS and DHCP Services
      DNS
      DNS Service
      DHCP
      Novell DHCP Service
      What’s Next
    What’s New or Changed in DNS and DHCP
      What’s New (Update 2 - OES 2018 SP1 and Update 10 - OES 2018)
      What’s New (OES 2018 SP1)
      What’s New (OES 2018)
    Planning Your DNS/DHCP Implementation
      Resource Requirements
      eDirectory Guidelines
      Planning a DNS Strategy
      Planning a DHCP Strategy
    Running DNS/DHCP Services in a Virtualized Environment
    Comparing Linux and NetWare
      DNS on NetWare versus DNS on Linux
      DHCP on NetWare versus DHCP on Linux
      Limitations
      What’s Next
    Installing and Configuring DHCP
      Planning Your Installation
      Installing DHCP
      Setting Runtime Credentials
      Post Installation
      Verifying the Installation
      What’s Next
    Administering and Managing DHCP
      Using the Java Management Console to Manage DHCP (OES Linux)
      Starting the DHCP Server
      Stopping the DHCP Server
      What’s Next
    Configuring DHCP with Novell Cluster Services for the NSS File System
      Benefits of Configuring DHCP for High Availability
      Prerequisites
      Installation and Configuration
      Loading and Unloading the DHCP Server
      What’s Next
    Configuring DHCP with Novell Cluster Services for the Linux File System
      Benefits of Configuring DHCP for High Availability
      DHCP Installation and Configuration
      What’s Next
    Security Guidelines for DHCP
      Best Practices
      What’s Next
    Installing and Configuring DNS
      Planning the Installation
      Installing the DNS Server
      Setting Runtime Credentials
      Verifying Installation
      What’s Next
    Migrating DNS/DHCP from NetWare to OES
    Administering and Managing a DNS Server
      Using the Java Management Console to Manage DNS
      Configuring Roles for a Novell DNS Server
      novell-named Command Line Options
      Changing Proxy Users
      Starting the DNS Server
      Running DNS Server in chroot Mode
      Running DNS Server as a Non-Root User
      Stopping the DNS Server
      What’s Next
    Configuring DNS with Novell Cluster Services
      Prerequisites
      Installation and Configuration
      Loading and Unloading the DNS Server
      What’s Next
    Security Considerations for DNS
      Logging
      Commands
      Cryptographic Algorithms
      Best Practices
      What’s Next
    DNS/DHCP Advanced Features
      Configuring the ICE Zone Handler
      What’s Next
    DNS-DSfW Integration
      Normal eDirectory with DNS
      DSfW with DNS
      DSfW with Remote DNS (Child Domains)
      Scenarios
      FAQs
      What’s Next
    Troubleshooting DNS and DHCP Services
      DHCP
      DNS
      Java Console
      What’s Next
    Linux Notes
      DNS Notes
      What’s Next
    Appendix
      Supported RFCs
      Types of Resource Records
      DHCP Option Descriptions
      DNS Root Servers
      DNS Server Configuration Utility
        dns-inst
      DNS Server Maintenance Utility
        dns-maint (8)
      DHCP Server Maintenance Utility
        dhcp-maint (8)
      Post-Install Maintenance Tools
    Glossary
    Legal Notices