Setting up a DNS server to provide network resources

Published by | Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

In Mac OS X Server 10.6 Snow Leopard: DNS and Network Services, instructor Sean Colins introduces the networking services available in Snow Leopard Server. This course covers setting up a DNS server to provide network resources, using firewalls to protect systems against intrusion and to route traffic, using DHCP to automatically configure network settings for computers when they join a network, and accessing a network securely via a remote VPN (virtual private network) connection.

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One Response to “Setting up a DNS server to provide network resources”

  1. whatever security of the network, you should be able to VPN from anywhere. VPN creates a secured encrypted tunnel into your work network which should make the connection secure and not be vulnerable. even if someone tries to pickup the packets, the info is encrpyted and not accessible. Good luck.

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