iDNS

1.3 22 Mar 2010

Set up your own DNS server.

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Developer website: MacServe

iDNS is a configuration tool that makes setting up your own DNS server as simple as possible. iDNS uses the de facto standard DNS server, BIND, which comes installed on every Mac. The tool to configure this DNS server is not included by Apple on standard Mac OS X installations, only Mac OS X Server. But what if you don't want to buy Apple's expensive Server operating system just for a DNS server? This is the beauty of iDNS!

The best thing about iDNS is that if you have ever used Mac OS X Server, you already know how to use iDNS. iDNS uses the same interface as Server Admin for configuring DNS zones, making it easy for you to find help on setting up your DNS server.

What's New

Version 1.3:
  • Several bug fixes and increased reliability
  • New start and stop button to fit in with Mac OS X
  • Ability to import and export iDNS data with the option of encrypting the data
  • Ability to set the Negative Caching TTL

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.5 or later

Ratings

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Current Version (1.x)
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Details

Downloads
5,523
Version Downloads
5,122
Type
Internet / Servers
License
Commercial
Date
22 Mar 2010
Platform
Intel 64 / OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32 / PPC 64
Price
$22.55