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Can a computer have 2 DNS names that fall in different top-level domains? If so, give a plausible example. If not, explain why not.
DNS uses UDP instead of TCP. If a DNS packet is lost, there is no automatic recovery. Does this cause a problem, and if so, how is it solved?
I administer a windows network, the ftp server is running on w2k3 small business server. some of my users can not get access to the ftp site, the connection is timing out, however some are able to connect, it looks like it is not a setting issue or OS issue, the clients in my network are w2k and...