DNS Enabler for Mojave
DNS Enabler for Mojave
12.0

5.0

DNS Enabler for Mojave free download for Mac

DNS Enabler for Mojave

12.0
10 April 2019

Set up a DNS in one click.

Overview

DNS Enabler can set up a fully-functioning Domain Name Server (DNS) on a plain Mac OS X machine. It is designed to allow a user to set up domain name information quickly using a single window, in the fastest time.

DNS Enabler provides the interface to allow users to specify domain name-to-address mappings for machines on the Internet, as well as their aliases or MX records (e.g., which machines act as mail servers for the domain).

Additionally, it allows users to set the other domain and zone information, e.g., Time-To-Live Intervals, that determine how long these information remain valid.

It will automatically generate the named.conf file, the forward mapping files for each domain, the reverse mapping files for each network, and all the resource and reverse pointer records.

What's new in DNS Enabler for Mojave

Version 12.0:
  • The current named/BIND binary bundled into DNS Enabler is BIND 9.12.2-P2 . DNS Enabler for Mojave can handle the creation of TXT (DKIM and SPF) records.

6 DNS Enabler for Mojave Reviews

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T-Newton
09 August 2006

Most helpful

Requires a serial number to run. There is no demo mode or demo serial number, therefore "buy before you try."
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Version 2.1
Lylehm
17 September 2009
DNS Enabler looks more robust than Leopard Server's standard DNS. The developer's site doesn't mention if DNS Enabler is compatible/recommended for deployment on Leopard Server. Has anyone done this? Thanks!
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Version 3.0.4
1 answer(s)
Lylehm
Lylehm
28 October 2009
Ah, server is now show in system requirements. Thanks!
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Version 4.0.3
Imzeek2u
26 July 2008
I've been using DNS Enabler for over 4 years and can testify that it's rock solid. While you can find many references for configuring BIND, your actual requirements will always differ from those of the providers of the information. Thus, customization is extremely difficult and requires trial and error. DNS Enabler completely simplifies the process and allows ongoing edits with ease. For those who are complaining about the lack of a true demo, any savvy user could copy the BIND configuration files during the demo period - thus eliminating the need to purchase a license. For $15, the developer more than deserves to recoup some of his developments costs. If your network would benefit from managed DNS, this will be the best $15 bucks you've spent in a long time. Heck, if the developer comes here, I'll treat 'em to dinner and a few beers, too ;-)
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Version 3.0.3
Fhals
03 January 2008
Installed it on a machine around two years ago. Never again watched at it, the setup it made daily serves around 40 clients. If you nedd a quick, no headache and zero maintenance solution, you can buy it without regrets. DNS made easy.
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Version 3.0.2
Foulger
31 December 2007
By not providing a demo version the author is unfortunately, shooting himself in both feet
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Version 3.0.2
rspeed
29 October 2007
I appreciate the change from Shareware to Demo... but it's not a demo either. This is commercial. Despite being able to download, you can't try the software without purchasing a key.
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Version 3.0.1
1 answer(s)
rspeed
rspeed
29 October 2007
Oo, spoke too soon. Thanks MU guys!
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Version 3.0.1
T-Newton
09 August 2006
Requires a serial number to run. There is no demo mode or demo serial number, therefore "buy before you try."
Like (1)
Version 2.1
$25.00

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.14.0 or later
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