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Next you will have to decide on a domain name for your local network. The domain name is the name used to identify your network. It will be translated into the network part of the IP address, the first three segments. The domain name can be any name you want to give it. The extension is used to denote the type of domain:
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The following is the domain name for a local network called mytrek:
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Hostnames will be attached to the front of the domain name to provide a complete domain name address for a particular host computer. This is referred to as the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN), but actually references a particular host.
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For the hosts on your local network, you need to create your own hostnames. The hostname itself can be any name you choose. The term "hostname" is also used to refer to the fully qualified domain name, also referred to as the full hostname. This consists of the hostname attached to the domain name. On a large network such as the Internet, the host is referenced with its fully qualified domain name. The full hostname consists of the hostname, the name you gave to your computer; a domain name, the name that identifies your network; and an extension that identifies the type of network you are on. Here is the syntax for the fully qualified domain name:
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In the following example, the fully qualified domain name references a computer called turtle on a network referred to as mytrek. It is part of a commercial venture, as indicated by the extension com:
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For hosts within a local network, hosts can reference each other using just their hostname, without the domain name or extension:
turtle
Note For hosts connected directly to the Internet, their domain name and IP addresses are officially registered with an Internet domain name registry like the American Registry for Internet Number (ARIN) so that each computer on the Internet can have a unique name. This is handled by your ISP, who will then give your computer a unique hostname with the ISP's domain name.
Configuring Hosts
For each host on your network, you will have to enter network configuration information such as the IP address and hostname that you decided to give this host. Other information like the netmask and the host that will run the local network's DNS server will also be needed. The sample network described here uses three hosts in the domain mytrek.com with the IP addresses shown here:
turtle.mytrek.com 192.168.0.1 rabbit.mytrek.com 192.168.0.1 lizard.mytrek.com 192.168.0.1
In addition, the gateway, turtle.mytrek.com, will have another Ethernet card that functions as the Internet connection device. It will have the hostname and IP address shown here:
myhost.my-internet-isp.com 10.0.0.1
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To configure any Linux hosts on your network, you just follow the network configuration instructions in 5. For Red Hat systems, you can use netcfg, the network configuration
tool. Be sure to specify that the system holding your Internet connection is specified as your gateway. For example, the rabbit.mytrek.com host has to have its DNS name and its IP address (192.168.0.2) entered in its /etc/hosts file. You do this on netcfg using the Hosts panel and entering the DNS name and the IP address. You also have to specify the interface used and its IP address. On netcfg, you do this by clicking on the Interface panel and entering the Ethernet card device name (eth0) and its IP address. The gateway it will use is turtle.mytrek.com at 192.168.0.1. On netcfg, you do this by clicking on the Routing panel and entering the IP address of the gateway in the Default Gateway box. The gateway computer will have a slightly different configuration in that you will also have to add Internet connection information. With netcfg, on the Names panel you add the DNS name and IP address given by your ISP for your host. On the Interface panel, add the network device used for the Internet connection, giving its device name and IP address assigned by the ISP. In this example, it is the second Ethernet card, eth1, with the IP address 10.0.0.1. If you are using a dial-up modem and your ISP provides you with a dynamic IP address, you simply specify the Internet device, such as ppp0, instead of the IP address. On the Routing panel, you enter the gateway used by the ISP in the Default Gateway box-in this example, it is 10.0.24.1. Do not use the gateway for your local network. Also, be sure to click the check box labeled Network Packet Forwarding to enable your local hosts to access the Internet. The DNS servers also have to be specified in the /etc/resolv.conf file. You can do this with netcfg on the Names panel. In this example, the DNS server for the local network hosts would be 192.168.0.1, turtle.mytrek.com. The gateway host with the Internet connection would also have any DNS servers provided by the ISP. So the /etc/resolve.conf file on turtle.mytrek.com will list itself (192.168.0.1), the DNS server for the local network, and any DNS servers provided by the ISP it is connected to. You will see later that the local host can connect through the gateway host to access the Internet and use the ISP DNS servers as if they were the gateway host. Note You can also list the ISP DNS servers on your local hosts.
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