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Applications Manager provides in-depth availability and performance monitoring of DNS (Domain Name System). It also monitors individual attribute of DNS monitor such as Response Time, Record Type, Record Available, Search Field, Search Value, Search Value Status and Search Time.
Monitors performance statistics such as availability and response time. These performance statistics are available as performance graphs and reports which are available instantly. These reports can be grouped and displayed based on availability and health.
Secure64 offers a suite of secure DNS products for caching, signing and authoritative use. Each product leverages the company’s SourceT micro OS, making them resistant to high volume network attacks while maintaining 100% performance and availability, as substantiated by third-party testing.
Secure64’s product suite is standards-based, so it fits into your existing DNS architecture without locking you into a proprietary architecture. This means you won’t need to rip and replace your existing network architecture. It also means you buy only what you need. Secure64 uses a software appliance model that provides automatic updates to eliminate time consuming hardening and patching.
A DNS server for Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP/2003. With Simple DNS Plus you can host your own domain name, or speed up Internet access by running your own DNS server. Simple DNS Plus can be integrated with your web-site for ISP customer signup etc., or even a full web-based DNS solution. Simple DNS Plus is also a DHCP server, it comes with a DNS Look Up tool, and other features...
DDNSServ allows you to run your own DDNS service. The server suite supports MX, CNAME and NS records. With DDNSServ, you can offer the internet community a valid alternative to static IP addressing. This allows you to provide Dynamic DNS services, which enables people who use your DDNS service to do just about anything they could do with a static IP address. Those people can also run their own DNS server, despite changing IP's. Server component requires Windows 2000 Server or 2003 Server.