If you're impatient, try out the online demo
right now, and continue reading once you've registered a hostname.
CustomDNS is a modular DNS server. It's designed to serve virtual
zones. These are zones in which certain address records are computed
on the fly. For example, an ISP might want to provide hostnames for its
CustomDNS can be modified to look these addresses up in a database or
talk to your pre-existing software. And you won't need to make
dhcpd send DDNS updates to
bind, or anything
CustomDNS is based on Brian Wellington's dnsjava package. The individual
components communicate via Hewlett-Packard's e-speak (which is GPL'd). See How it Works for all the messy details.
See the list of Credits for our sponsors and
contributors. Thank you to everyone who's helped! And if you'd like to
contribute to the project, please sign up at our SourceForge site.