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DNS, stands for Domain Name System, translates hostnames or URLs into IP addresses. For example, if we type www.unixmen.com in browser, the DNS server translates the domain name into its associated ip address. Since the IP addresses are hard to remember all time, DNS servers are used to translate the hostnames like www.unixmen.com to 173.xxx.xx.xxx. ..

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DNS, Domain Name System, translates hostnames or URLs into IP addresses. For example if we type www.unixmen.com in browser, the DNS server translates the domain name into its associated ip address. Since the IP addresses are hard to remember, DNS servers are used to translate the hostnames like www.unixmen.com to 173.xxx.xx.xxx. So it makes easy ..

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It is highly recommended that you have another firewall protecting your network or server before, or immediately after, disabling firewalld. Pre-Flight Check These instructions are intended specifically for stopping and disabling firewalld CentOS 7. I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Self Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root. Disable Firewalld ..

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As we all know, “ifconfig” command is used to configure a network interfaces in GNU/Linux systems. It displays the details of a network interface card like IP address, MAC Address, and the status of a network interface card etc. But, this command is obsolete, and is not found in the minimal versions of RHEL 7 ..

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This article provides information about the installation and basic configuration of Apache Tomcat on RHEL and its clones. Installation Checking the Status of Tomcat Configuration Files Enabling HTML Management Access Deploying Applications Related articles. Linux HTTP and FTP Server Configuration (RHCSA) Linux HTTP Server Configuration (RHCE) Apache : Reverse Proxy Configuration Apache Tomcat 7 Installation ..

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