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Chapter 21. Software -Networking

Once we have installed all the necessary security software in our Linux server, it's time to finetune the network part of our server. DNS is the MOST important network service for IP networks communication, and for this reason, all Linux client machines should be configured to perform caching functions as a minimum.

 
 
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