Course Content

What is DNS?

09:14
Protocols: DNS and DHCP
11:16
What is DNS? (part 1)
09:57
What is DNS? (part 2) - The Internal DNS Server

DNS Configurations

09:04
DNS Servers (part 1) - Specific functions of the DNS Server
08:44
DNS Records (part 2)
04:41
Options (DNS, Suffixes)
07:55
TCP/IP Configurations DNS (Domain Name System)
03:49
TCP/IP Configurations Default Gateway
09:32
Networking Protocols: DNS, HTTP & HTTPS

Troubleshooting

15:57
Configuring and Troubleshooting Domain Name System

DNS Lab

21:10
Configuring DNS Zones
12:12
Configuring DNS Zone Transfers
03:58
DNS Enumeration Lab
12:33
nikTo Lab
18:44
DNS Overview and Zone Transfers

S3SS10N

10:00
S3SS10N Wednesday - DNS Part 1
10:00
S3SS10N Wednesday – DNS Part 2
10:00
S3SS10N Wednesday - DNS Part 3

0P3N

10:00
Using Nslookup in Windows to Check DNS Records
10:00
Infosec 101: DNS - What is it and How do I Spoof it?
00:00
Strategic DNS Ops and Security

Course Description

What are Domain Name Servers? Domain Name Servers (DNS) are the Internet's equivalent of a phone book. They maintain a directory of domain names and translate them to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Why do I need this certification? A working knowledge of the Domain Name System (DNS) is essential to a system administrator's career. Not only is core DNS operations and support imperative to have mastered, but securing the platform has become equally as critical. What will I learn? The operations, support, and security for DNS on both the Windows and BIND platforms. Get your Strategic DNS Operations and Security Certification Today: A working knowledge of the Domain Name System (DNS) is essential to a system administrator's career. Not only is core DNS operations and support imperative to have mastered, but securing the platform has become equally as critical. These days, operations, support and security all carry equal weight to any organization who relies on this technology. Domain Name Servers (DNS) are the Internet's equivalent of a phone book. They maintain a directory of domain names and translate them to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. We need DNS? because although domain names are simple to remember, computers access websites based on IP addresses. DNS holds the key to your existence on the Internet, which is why you want to control DNS for your domain. The Strategic DNS Operations and Security Micro Certification will cover the operations, support and security for DNS on both the Windows and BIND platforms. Knowing how queries work, and the difference between authoritative and caching name servers, are crucial to understanding DNS best practices. The remaining important concepts discussed in this course are the topology of how and where you deploy DNS servers and the configuration files that dictate how they operate.

Instructed By

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Anthony Harris
Instructor

Provided By

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Course Components

On Demand Videos from industry leaders
Assessments to gauge understanding and comprehension

Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a Strategic DNS Ops and Security Certificate of Completion