MintDNS 2008 is a fully featured Dynamic DNS (DDNS) server suite that allows you to run your own enterprise level DDNS Service. Our company has provided Dynamic DNS solutions for more than 7 years, and MintDNS 2008 Enterprise is our latest product. It is the most robust, feature rich, scalable product, that we have ever offered.
If you are interested in custom development, you'll be happy to know that MintDNS is almost completely open sourced, allowing you to easily expand on the existing system to meet any special needs your company may have. The advantage of having an established, time tested, platform to build on could save weeks if not months of development time.
MintDNS is the engine behind many popular Dynamic DNS (DDNS) Services. If you have ever owned a Panasonic or Shixin Digital IP camera, and configured it's included Dynamic DNS (DDNS). Then you have most likely used MintDNS!
Supporting both Dynamic and Static DNS, MintDNS also supports several standard update protocols, which enables support for many existing third party IP update clients and many hardware firmware clients (Any dyndns.org compatible device). This allows you to provide time tested Dynamic DNS (DDNS) Services to most internet connected computers, routers, firewalls or even remote cameras.
MintDNS is completely template based, so the look and feel of your DNS service can easily be changed to match your existing website or modified to suit your specific needs.
MintDNS 2008 is a free trial software application from the Other Server Applications subcategory, part of the Servers category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2008-11-01. The program can be installed on WinNT 4.x , WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003.
MintDNS 2008 (version 2.0) has a file size of 3.66 MB and is available for download from our website.
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