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 You may have noticed, on configuring internet access for a device that DNS is indeed one of the parameters you should somehow deal with. Sometimes DNS can be obtained automatically from your ISP, other times you have to enter it manually. See for example the basic configuration settings for a router in [[http://​www.cellbiol.com/​bioinformatics_web_development/​lib/​exe/​detail.php?​id=chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip%3A1-3_networking_basics&​media=chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​netgear_router_admin_web_interface_basic_settings_tab.png|Figure 1-11]]. DNS is so important that you generally need to enter a primary DNS, and a secondary DNS (that will be used if the primary DNS fails). You may have noticed, on configuring internet access for a device that DNS is indeed one of the parameters you should somehow deal with. Sometimes DNS can be obtained automatically from your ISP, other times you have to enter it manually. See for example the basic configuration settings for a router in [[http://​www.cellbiol.com/​bioinformatics_web_development/​lib/​exe/​detail.php?​id=chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip%3A1-3_networking_basics&​media=chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​netgear_router_admin_web_interface_basic_settings_tab.png|Figure 1-11]]. DNS is so important that you generally need to enter a primary DNS, and a secondary DNS (that will be used if the primary DNS fails).
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 ==== Chapter Sections ==== ==== Chapter Sections ====
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   * [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​start|Introduction]]   * [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​start|Introduction]]
   * **1-1**: [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-1_data_transmission_on_the_internet|Data Transmission on the Internet]]   * **1-1**: [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-1_data_transmission_on_the_internet|Data Transmission on the Internet]]
   * **1-2**: [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-2_the_tcp-ip_family_of_internet_protocols|The TCP/IP Family of Internet Protocols]]   * **1-2**: [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-2_the_tcp-ip_family_of_internet_protocols|The TCP/IP Family of Internet Protocols]]
   * **1-3**: [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-3_networking_basics|Networking Basics]]   * **1-3**: [[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-3_networking_basics|Networking Basics]]
-  * **1-4**: Domain Name Servers: DNS, matching network IP addresses to domain names+  * **1-4**: ​[[chapter_1_-_internet_networks_and_tcp-ip:​1-4_domain_name_server|Domain Name Servers: DNS, matching network IP addresses to domain names]]
  
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