'myqslBind' manages multiple DNS/BIND (8 and 9) name servers. It automates updates to multiple DNS servers, centralizes and stores all zone and resource records for sets of related name servers, and can manages different name server sets from a single browser-based interface. Unlimited master and slave name servers update their zone information via a job queue system that uses MySQL socket connections. Advanced operations can use mySQL replication clusters for high availability and redundancy. It supports authentication via SSL Unix password login, SSL personal certificate, or IP-based access with multiple permission levels and individual record ownership, and is compatible with 'mysqlISP'.
DocumentationUser tutorial available in HTML format from http://openisp.net/mysqlBind/mysqlBind/docs/tutorial.html; User install guide available in HTML format from http://openisp.net/mysqlBind/mysqlBind/INSTALL
released on 9 August 2004
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