dproxy is a caching DNS proxy for use on dial-up gateway machines. It is designed to behave nicely when the gateway is not connected. This prevents programs like Netscape from locking up when they try to do DNS lookups when there is no connection.
Release Notes: Add proper config file and deny file support. Many bug fixes.
Release Notes: Entries in /etc/hosts are permenantly cached allowing off-line access, better RFC compliance, cache file locking meaning no duplicate cache entries, install and config options for RedHat, Debian, and SuSE, and numerous other bugfixes.
Release Notes: Use of PPP_DETECT, and a fix for zombie problems.
Release Notes: Support for ISDN, DHCP, and Dial on Demand, and a fix for the zombie bug.
Release Notes: Initial release.