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Know How DNS Works

, 2 May 2004
Domain name Servers (DNS) are an important but invisible part of the internet, and form one of the largest databases on it

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Pawan Bangar
Web Developer
India India
An energetic, self-motivated Engineer skilled in Windows 95/98, Windows NT and Linux/Unix and Netware experience. Possesses knowledge in LAN and WAN technologies, protocols and configurations and expertise in PostScript printer hardware and software. Experienced in Internet technologies, web-page design and marketing. A very quick learner skilled in communication, problem solving and conflict resolution.
 
Presently working in the capacity of the Technical Director of Birbals, an e-consulting firm based in India dedicated in providing innovative and effective web, Hospitality and consultancy services to public, private and non-profit organizations. Successfully founded Birbals and other IT companies like Ebirbals and SeoBirbals. Responsible for strategy, positioning and branding, designing, planning, organizing and executing various business plans. Have set up various systems and procedures for the smooth functioning of Birbals.

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