Start Server Manager, click the Manage menu, and then select Add Roles and Features.
Click Next on the Add Roles and Features Wizard Before you begin window that pops up.
RFC 6672 wisely advises (due to certain DNSSEC quirks) against wildcard use without, sadly, expressly forbidding it.
But first, the generic format: The DNAME substitutes all names below those appearing in the lefthand name (owner-name) with the redirection-name (or alias if you prefer).
It associates various information with domain names assigned to each of the participating entities.
Most prominently, it translates more readily memorized domain names to the numerical IP addresses needed for locating and identifying computer services and devices with the underlying network protocols.
hostname=[your domain name] Autodetect my IPv4/IPv6 address: % curl -4 " hostname=dyn.example.com" Specify my IPv4/IPv6 address: % curl "
hostname=dyn.example.com&myip=192.168.0.1" % curl " hostname=dyn.example.com&myip=2001:db8:beef:cafe::1" Authentication and Updating using GET % curl "https://he.net/nic/update?
Check out: More Windows Administration Tutorials To add a new role to Windows Server 2012, you use Server Manager. dnscache is a recursive resolver, intended to be listed in 's "nameserver" entry. It imposes restrictions on what it will return; that's why it was written. We've got this one so we can distribute our enhancements to djbdns.Setting up a Domain Name System (DNS) on Windows Server involves installing the DNS Server Role.This tutorial will walk you through the DNS installation and configuration process in Windows Server 2012.