New DNS service

The NYTimes today reviews a new DNS service called OpenDNS
I configured my computer to use OpenDNS’s DNS servers and one immediate benefit is that typos in the browser address bar are optionally redirected to the correct destination website.

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4 thoughts on “New DNS service

  1. Glad you are enjoying are service so far. Let me know if you have any follow-up questions.
    Cool to know smart folks are still working on LDAP these days, making it easier to use and integrate. 🙂

  2. Last time I played with LDAP was with OpenLDAP and then I went home to simultaneously cry and slide metal rods under my fingernails to try and erase the pain of installing OpenLDAP.
    I will give it a try. I’ve been meaning to try http://directory.fedoraproject.org/ also. Have you seen a comparison of the two anywhere or would I be the first? Or are they not comparable? (pardon my ignorance, I haven’t read up very much on either, yet)

  3. Hi David,
    The Fedora Directory is based on the old iPlanet Directory codebase that was jointly done by Sun-AOL-Netscape. It really doesn’t compare the ground up redesign of OpenDS let alone our current DS 6.x series. Check out these entries from one of our OpenDS architect’s blog
    http://blogs.sun.com/DirectoryManager/entry/opends_and_other_sun_sponsored
    http://blogs.sun.com/DirectoryManager/entry/a_comparison_of_opends_and
    This should have the details you are looking for. HTH…

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