Chrome Network Internals and Cache Information

There are several features that are not available from the Settings menu, which you can only access using the chrome:// commands. Some of the features are available under both Menu and chrome:// commands. One of the most useful, underutilized and hidden features in Chrome is the network internals tools that you access by manually entering chrome://net-internals into your address bar. All chrome:// addresses need to be input by the user as links don’t work. It will immediately begin to start capturing network data, which you can stop by going to Capture at the top and clicking stop. You are able to see just about every aspect of Chrome’s internals from this area.

Among the various properties you are able to extract and analyze are:
Proxy, Events, Timeline, DNS, Sockets, Alt-Svc, HTTP/2, QUIC, SDCH, Cache, Modules, HSTS, Bandwidth, Prerender

Configure Authoritative Name Server Using BIND on Ubuntu

BIND is the one of the most popular DNS servers used across the Internet. The server can act as an authoritative, recursive, and caching name server and it supports wide range of features.

This tutorial will describe deploying primary and secondary BIND servers as authoritative name servers. This is suitable for public or private name servers, however, internal private name servers will usually include recursive and caching elements for local DNS resolution.

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