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Stanford NetDB

NetDB is a suite of applications for managing DNS and DHCP in a distributed, collaborative fashion. It is geared towards very large networks and can support thousands of nodes, networks, and users. NetDB consists of a database with Web, command-line, and RMI interfaces. Users use the NetDB Web and command-line interfaces to keep the data in NetDB up to date. The GSSAPI-secured RMI interface can be used to create site-specific tools to manage and use NetDB data. NetDB includes scripts for generating ISC BIND zonefiles and ISC DHCP configuration files.


Recent releases

  •  11 Jun 2008 07:52

    Release Notes: Database cleanup and middleware refinement were done. Regular expressions are supported in the full search. Logical operators are supported in the full search IP address fields. The ability to move interfaces between routers was added. The ability to view all records using a particular group was added. Minor bugs were fixed.

    •  20 Jul 2007 10:18

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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