DNS Boss(a GUI for setting up/maintaining DNS)

DNS Boss(a GUI for setting up/maintaining DNS)

Post by Morris Seal » Sat, 10 May 1997 04:00:00



Greetings,
     If you ever need a GUI to set up your DNS primary or secondary
on the Solaris platform, check out- (also Solaris X86 version)
http://www.dnsboss.com
     It is a Java application (not an applet) that installs on your DNS
primary, and comes up as a GUI that does the same thing as the h2n
script, except it is better at handling multiple domains.  It currently
works on the Solaris platform.  It creates all of your db.domain and
db.network maps.  It is smart enough to sift through all of your
domains to create the right db.network map even if you have
hundreds of domains.  It is very easy to installs with the standard
Solaris "pkgadd" utility.  You don't have to install anything else to
make it work.

Morris Seals

 
 
 

1. DNS Boss (GUI for setting up/maintaining DNS)

Greetings,
     If you ever need a GUI to set up your DNS primary or secondary
on the Solaris platform, check out- (also Solaris X86 version)
http://www.dnsboss.com
     It is a Java application (not an applet) that installs on your DNS
primary, and comes up as a GUI that does the same thing as the h2n
script, except it is better at handling multiple domains.  It currently
works on the Solaris platform.  It creates all of your db.domain and
db.network maps.  It is smart enough to sift through all of your
domains to create the right db.network map even if you have
hundreds of domains.  It is very easy to installs with the standard
Solaris "pkgadd" utility.  You don't have to install anything else to
make it work.

Morris Seals

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