mod_epp is an Apache 2.0 module that implements the EPP over TCP protocol as defined in draft-ietf-provreg-epp-tcp-06.txt and the session management parts of draft-ietf-provreg-epp-0(6|7|8).txt. This is not a full implementation of EPP; this module just makes it possible to write an EPP server as a set of CGI scripts.
sheerdns is a master DNS server whose zone records are stored on a One-Record-Per-File bases. Because of this, it is the simplest of any DNS to configure, the easiest to update, and the most efficient for networks that experience a lot of updates (for example master servers for dynamic IP address ranges). You never have to restart it; any updates are available immediately without having to notify the sheerdns process.
tinydyndns is a simple but powerful dynamic DNS solution that uses djbdns. It cooperates with the djbdns package to publish dynamic IP addresses authenticated through POP connections. On successfully authenticated POP connections, the tinydyndns-update program manipulates tinydns' constant database "data.cdb" directly without rebuilding it; this makes the dynamic DNS solution use very few system resources. Using a POP service for authentication saves the work for installing special client software, since POP clients are available for every common network-aware operating system. To provide the DNS and POP service, tinydyndns cooperates with djbdns, qmail, and cvm.
dnspython is a DNS toolkit for Python. It supports almost all of the record types. It can be used for queries, zone transfers, and dynamic updates. It supports TSIG authenticated messages and EDNS0. dnspython provides both high and low level access to DNS. The high level classes perform queries for data of a given name, type, and class, and return an answer set. The low level classes allow direct manipulation of DNS zones, messages, names, and records.
FollowMeIP is a small client that allows you to retrieve the IP address of your machine over the Web. It works by periodically sending your IP address to the FollowMeIP server, from where you can retrieve it using a password. It is ideal for people that are running servers on dynamic IP connections, or are away from home and want to access their machines.
ZoneCheck is intended to help solve DNS misconfigurations or inconsistencies that are usually revealed by an increase in the latency of the application. The DNS is a critical resource for every network application, so it is quite important to ensure that a zone or domain name is correctly configured in the DNS.
Valtz is a simple tool that can be used for validating and filtering tinydns-data (djbdns) zonefiles. It can be used both as an error-finding tool by end users and by automated scripts to filter out errors. Additionally, it can be used to filter out domain-specific data that does not belong in a given file. Thus, importing zone information from third parties, semi-trusted parties, and sloppy users can be done without fear.