Best GUI tool for managing BIND 9.x
Ryan.McCain at dss.state.la.us
Tue Sep 11 19:29:08 UTC 2007
> How many entries in those zones?
Around 50 each
> How many subnets?
A single subnet
>How many people > do you plan to delegate dns control to, and how experienced are they
with DNS administration?
2 people. And they will have full control on all the zones. These are typical junior admin types.
NetReg might be a little overkill for what we are looking to do but I am going to check it out along w/ the other suggestions.
>>> On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 2:14 PM, in message
<1cbe50830709111214k4b7918c3jecc90edfc4a51a85 at mail.gmail.com>, "David Nolan"
<vitroth+ at cmu.edu> wrote:
> On 9/11/07, Ryan McCain <Ryan.McCain at dss.state.la.us> wrote:
>> BTW, We are talking about 10 zones or so here. Nothing too crazy.
> How many entries in those zones? How many subnets? How many people
> do you plan to delegate dns control to, and how experienced are they
> with DNS administration?
> Carnegie Mellon's NetReg is designed as a full privilege delegation
> system, designed to allow untrained users to create their own
> registrations for new hosts, etc. It also performs validation of
> content and prevents various common DNS mistakes.
> But it does have a steep learning curve and isn't trivial to get
> setup. (Which is why I do consulting... :)
> You might want to look at the other options on this list as well:
> (Not all of those are GUI, but its a place to start...)
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