18th November 2001: Version 0.2.1 of DnsZone is released. New features includes Signed updates and lots more.
26th June 2001: Version 0.2 of DnsZone has been released. New features include AAAA and PTR support. A lot of work has been done on the Oracle and Postgresql backends, thanks to Michael Legart. Felipe Tonioli has added support for Portuguese Brazilian language support. Minor bugfixes.
Today (13th June 2001) the first public release of DnsZone was made. It is downloadable from here and should be hitting CPAN mirrors soon as Apache::DnsZone.
What is DnsZone?
DnsZone is a fully functional application for Apache/mod_perl.
How does it work?
It uses the features of RFC2136 (Dynamic Updates) to maintain the zones in a nameserver running BIND.
This means that it does not need to have anything running on the actual nameserver other than BIND itself.
DnsZone allows users to change their own zones without actually having access to the nameserver on which their zone is located. It is a multiuser application where each user will have his/her own login and password. From the interface you can add, update and delete individual records for the domain you are managing. Records are instantly updated in the nameserver and changes will be visible instantly. Currently only MySQL is supported as the backend database, but as soon as time (or contributions) permits DnsZone will have support for a larger amount of databases. Types of dns records currently supported: SOA, A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, NS, PTR, and TXT. The user interface supports multiple languages and currently comes with English, Danish, German, Swedish, Italian, Portuguese Brazilian, and French language files. The interface can be tailored to fit your needs by the use of templates.
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