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Re: How to set up a DNS ?


I'm not sure about why you want DNS for local PC's.
Typically you just load the names and addresses into your hosts
or lmhosts files. I think you'd need a real server (spelled un*x ;)
for dns, but I guess M$ might have something like that. Never studied
NT.

Pasa Guglielmo wrote:
> 
> I would like to set up my LAN, but I don't know how to setup a DNS
> (local DNS) on one of my PC. Can anybody give me hints ?
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