Looking for multi-customer DNS system for an ISP

chrisw at metaip.checkpoint.com chrisw at metaip.checkpoint.com
Wed Mar 8 21:39:20 UTC 2000

Hi Will,

This may be very much a case of beating our own drums, but our product --
MetaIP from Check Point Software Technologies -- does everything that you
ask for here.  Be warned, we are very commercial, but I think you'll like
our software.  We're rather proud of it.

It is web-driven, available for NT and several flavours of UNIX and any of
them can manage services of all the other supported types, is completely
BIND compliant, covers BIND from 4.9.x through 8.2.2, has a very nice GUI,
is intuitive (assuming you have some knowledge of the principles and
concepts of DNS), handles ALL the creation and updating of all zone files
and config files automatically, and can be configured on a service level to
allow clients to see or change only specific objects in the database (which
means they can only manage their own stuff once you lock them out of
everything else).

A time-limited free Demo can be downloaded from
http://www.checkpoint.com/products/metaip/index.html. Let me know what you
think of it if you decide to check it out.

I hope that I have not transgressed any unwritten rules by plugging a
commercial product on this list, and if I have I apologize and will not do
so again if so informed.

Chris Wilkes
Tech Writer
Meta IP Group, Check Point Software Technologies

> > Life is an ongoing multiple-choice exam, and how you fill in the blanks
> is up to you. What's your current GPA? <
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent:	Tuesday, March 07, 2000 11:30 PM
> To:	comp-protocols-dns-bind at uunet.uu.net
> Subject:	Looking for multi-customer DNS system for an ISP
> I'm looking for a web-driven application that would let customers of an
> configure and manage all domains that they own.   The configuration
> information, once written, would then be fed to either bind, or to some
> custom software that can act as a DNS server for multiple, independently
> configured domains.
> Does such code exist either in the public domain, or as a commercial
> product.   If some vendor has implemented such an idea as a consulting
> project and has rights to the code I might be interested in purchasing it.
> Any references to existing implementations are appreciated.
> --
> Will
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