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Jddclient is a dynamic DNS client. -It runs on the Java Platform, so it can be installed on Windows, Linux etc. There is a downloadable deb package specifically for Ubuntu / Debian. -Easy configuration using two simple files (one for logging) -It can retrieve the public IP address from the ... [More]
GANYMEDE is a portable and customizable network directory management system, released under the GNU General Public License. The Ganymede server is designed to run on a UNIX-type system, but can be run on almost any Java-supporting operating systems with the proper support scripts.
netticadns is a client for the Nettica Bulk DNS service (http://www.nettica.com/) that allows Amazon EC2 instances and their associated infrastructure to programmatically add and remove instances dynamically to and from the Nettica DNS service.
waiter: Effective DNS-SD for JavaFor a long time, Java has lacked both a clean, modern DNS library and an effective DNS-SD (Service Discovery) library. Why DNS-SD?DNS-SD is essential in enabling ZeroConf (zero configuration) of deployed Java and non-Java services. What's wrong with what ... [More]
Dionysus is an attempt to gather every party interested in a stable, performant, asynchronous, community driven DNS library for JAVA.
Cydonia is a client for host dynamic services, currently in version 0.1, Cydonia only support the host dynamic service of DynDNS.org
This project's purpose is to allow the editing and maintainence of DNS Zone Files. The engine will be written in JAVA, using MySQL as a backup and for maintaining zone file versions without loss of file integrity.
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