Web Interface for BIND9

Joseph Okech okechukwu at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 05:50:22 UTC 2006

I've been providing sauron ( http://sauron.jyu.fi/ ) to users not familiar 
with UNIX for about 3 years now, and they seem happy (no complains on 
usability). Setup is quite easy and has very good syntax checking.


On Wednesday 29 November 2006 17:20, Dixon, Justin wrote:
> Has anyone here used ProBIND ( http://probind2.sourceforge.net/ )for a
> web interface to administer BIND9? I am looking for something to make
> administering a set of BIND servers with internal and external views
> easier so that some colleagues who are not as comfortable with *nix and
> the associated text editors can update/add zones while I am out of the
> office or involved in other projects.
> If not this particular GUI, does anyone have any
> recommendations/suggestions for a web frontend to BIND9?
> I'm not looking for anything too fancy, just simple administration of
> most BIND features that is centralized for ease of management.
> I'm running BIND-9.3.2-P2 on AIX 5.3 in a chroot jail.
> Thanks...
> Justin Dixon

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