Nt1330 Lecture Plan

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Lecture Plan MOAC 70-291 Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Chapter 3, “Implementing Name Resolution Using DNS” Learning Objectives On completion of this lesson, students will be able to do the following: • Describe the process of name resolution and why it is important to your organization. • Install and configure the Domain Name System (DNS). • Describe and configure primary zones, secondary zones, in-addr.arpa zones, and stub zones. • Create an Active Directory-integrated zone, and explain the benefits of doing so. • Describe the different types of DNS servers and the functions they perform. • Explain the benefits of delegating a zone, and…show more content…
Explain a standard secondary zone. 2. Discuss what occurs during a zone transfer. 3. Discuss the prerequisite to creating a standard secondary zone. 4. Discuss what a secondary zone database file is and how it is updated. 5. Demonstrate how to create a standard secondary zone. In-addr.arpa Zones 1. Remind students of the difference between forward and reverse lookups. 2. Explain when to use an in-addr.arpa zone. 3. Discuss how the in-addr.arpa zone resolves a domain name from an IP address. 4. Discuss the meaning of the statement “FQDNs go from specific to general, and IP addresses go from general to specific.” 5. Explain how the in-addr.arpa zone uses the pointer (PTR) resource record. 6. Point out when reverse lookup queries are most often used. 7. Point out the difference between in-addr.arpa and ip6.arpa. 8. Explain which resource records forward and reverse lookup zones have in common. 9. Discuss how reverse lookup zones can be configured. 10. Demonstrate how to configure an In-addr.arpa zone. Stub Zones 1. Point out that this is a new type of zone offered by Windows Server 2003. 2. Explain what a stub zone
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