File under neat. Gavin Brock posted a way to dynamically update your DNS for your (jailbroken) iPhone. This is the same Gavin Brock who wrote the DNS::EasyDNS Perl Module many years ago.
The new easyDNS.com website went live earlier today. So far, so good. As we’ve stated before, we are opposed to “flash cuts”, so we will not be moving all customer domains to the new member interface in one grand cataclysmic cutover. Instead, we ask that you become familiar with the new system, move a non-critical […]
Some of you may notice that under the new system, we are delegating new domains to two nameservers instead of the historical six. Under the old system, we used this setup, which historically came from having 6 stand-alone nameservers: ns1.easydns.com ns2.easydns.com ns3.easydns.org remote1.easydns.com remote2.easydns.com ns6.easydns.net We then folded all of the above into a couple […]
We will be cutting over to the new front end website on Monday, at 11:00am EST. Interested parties can have a look at it now: https://easydns.com although there are still a few wrinkles to iron out. As most of you know, the new member user interface has been live for awhile and is accessible now. […]
We are now accepting orders for .CO Domain International Sunrise claims. (We previously mentioned the rollout of the .CO Top Level Domain here) This is for holders of registered trademarks, where the registration date is prior to July 31, 2008. The price for Sunrise claims is $300 USD, which covers the first year registration for […]
/Washington, Toronto – 04/01/2010/ Following an emerging trend of consolidation within the DNS hosting space, DNSMadeEasy of Washington, DC and easyDNS of Toronto, have agreed to merge. If approved by regulators in both countries the combination, “will create a new 800 pound gorilla in the room” according to industry commentators. It is yet to be […]