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BIND 10

BIND 10 is an applications framework for Internet infrastructure, such as DNS. The BIND10 framework consists of a control framework, an application interface, a statistics server, a logging framework, a remote control daemon, a configuration client tool, and numerous other tools for its development and operation.

Multiple infrastructure applications modules can be run under this framework. The BIND10 authoritative DNS application is one such application. BIND10 DNS is designed to be dynamically-updated, easily extensible, and to leverage a database back-end.

BIND 10 was a five year development project, sponsored by a world-wide consortium of DNS industry leaders.


BIND 10 Development was sponsored by:

 AFNIC
 Afilias
 Association DNS.PT
 Brazilian Network Information Center (NIC.BR)
 Canadian Internet Registry Authority (CIRA)
 China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC)
 CZ.NIC, z. s. p. o.
 DENIC eG
 Google
 IIS
 Japan Registry Services Co, Ltd. (JPRS)
 NIC.BR
 Nominet UK
 New Zealand Registry Services (NZRS)
 Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre (RIPE NCC)
 Stichting Internet Domainregistratie Nederland (SIDN)
 Technical Center of Internet
 Uniforum SA

Comcast provided funding for the DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 servers included in BIND10.


Current Status

Easy installation directions are on the Installation Start Page.

The component status page describes the status of the various parts of the system.


If you are...

...interested in following news about BIND 10, join the  BIND 10 Announcement list.

...interested in trying out BIND 10, download the  latest version, check it out from the repository, join the External Test Program or start with the BIND 10 Guide. See also hints for building BIND 10 specific to some operating systems.

...reporting a bug, create an account on this web site, then click New Ticket at the top.

...interested in being a BIND 10 developer, check out the resources below and make sure to join the  BIND 10 Developers list.

...none of the above, possibly you should go to the  ISC BIND 10 page our main web site.

Communication & Collaboration

Development

Notes

Validation

Requirements

Project Management

Historical

Additional Pages

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