For beginners, you might also want to load the "samples" off the AIX
installation CD and look at /usr/samples/tcpip. There are two scripts in
there that transform an /etc/hosts file into DNS usable files that make
upkeep simpler to understand. Then all you have to worry about is
> I have used the how-to's from the linux documentation project to set up
> a DNS-master server. This is approxemately the same as with AIX. You
> must only substitute the host.conf file with the irs.conf file.
> There is DNS-howto...with a full real-life example. If you copy it, you
> have a nice start...
> Kris Welleman
> > I want to set up a simple DNS server (for internal use). We have
> > 5 RS/6000's and I want to use one as a DNS. Is there a good on-
> > line guide/tutorial?
> > Many thanks.
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