Projects / XName


XName is an engine for providing modular Web-managed DNS hosting. It features a viewer for DNS server logs, a synthetic view of all of a user's zones, and much more. It supports both primary and secondary zones.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  09 Jul 2004 01:10

    Release Notes: This release features usage of template zones, IPv6 records support, the ability to automatically fill in reverse zones when also managed with xname software, the ability to import already existing zones from a remote server, and internationalization.

    •  08 Jan 2003 16:36

      Release Notes: Support for multi-servers and an advanced interface to modify SOA and TTL parameters have been added. Dynamic-update is now allowed using XML-RPC, and a scheduler for Perl scripts can now be used instead of crontab. User groups and user logs were implemented. MD5 passwords are now used. Lot of other minor changes were also made.

      •  19 Jul 2002 18:20

        Release Notes: Minor bugs have been fixed which prevented version 2.0.5 from working properly with register_globals=on.

        •  18 Jul 2002 17:42

          Release Notes: XName is now usable with or without register_globals in PHP 4.1.0 and upper. All the configs variables for the Perl script have been merged into a single file, and the paths to binaries in the PHP and Perl scripts have been made configurable. A "logout" bug has been corrected, and a new PHP script was added for the backend.

          •  12 Jun 2002 18:54

            Release Notes: A login bug has been corrected and suppression of zones files on "Delete" has been added.


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