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The ABCs of DNS: a select glossary from the Men&Mice DNS training archives – Part 4

Continuing our glossary of DNS tips & tricks, we’re covering the letters J, K, and L this time. J is for “jumbogram” Ever wondered what the largest (internet-layer) packet you can send? It’s 4,294,967,295 bytes. (One byte less than 4 GB.) Theoretically. Let’s break down the math (and the tech). IPv6, among other things, has …

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The ABCs of DNS: a select glossary from the Men&Mice training archives – Part 2

Continuing our glossary of DNS tips & tricks, we’re covering the letters D, E, and F this time. DNS ALERT Our popular DNS & BIND Week, DNS Fundamentals and DNS Advanced courses are all registered to run June 20th to June 24th, in Reston, Virginia, USA. Still want to join in? All info on our training …

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