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Netlinx, Inc. goes IPv6! You can now reach us at http://www.ipv6.netlinxinc.com!
Netlinx, Inc. signs it's zones using DNSSEC and is one of the first 169 domains of 9 million .com domains to do so.
Netlinx completes Infoblox 5.0 CISA/CICA/CICE re-certification testing, solidifying its dedication as an Infoblox Ideal Partner.
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New Infoblox PortIQ™ Appliance Automates Discovery and Management of Network Infrastructure Read more...
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Consulting ServicesNetlinx has been offering professional IP Address Management, DNS & DHCP consulting services for over 15 years to some of the world's largest and most complex enterprise customers.
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In the coming days, weeks, and months Netlinx, Inc. will be blogging a great deal about DNSSEC. There is a lot of excitement, progress, and news that we wish to share on this topic. Stay tuned...
Catch our new series on Anycast DNS! We're providing a series of articles that demonstrate how Anycast works, its benefits, and how to deploy it using Static Routing, RIP v2, OSPF, and BGP. In our series we use the Open Source host-based routing software, Quagga, and provide detailed recipes on how to configure the various protocol engines.
|Anycast DNS - Part 1, Overview||Anycast DNS - Part 4, Using OSPF (basic)|
|Anycast DNS - Part 2, Using Static Routes||Anycast DNS - Part 4, Using OSPF (advanced)|
|Anycast DNS - Part 3, Using RIP||Anycast DNS - Part 5, Using BGP|
|Anycast DNS - Part 3, Using RIP (continued)|
|Next in the series, Anycast DNS - Part 6, Using IPAM Appliances|
|BIND 9.8.3-P1||BIND 9.7.6-P1||BIND 9.6-ESV-R7-P1*||BIND 9.9.1-P1|
New versions of ISC BIND are available in response to the Handling of zero length rdata that can cause named to terminate unexpectedly. Processing of DNS resource records where the rdata field is zero length may cause various issuesfor the servers handling them. CVE-2012-1667 Document version 1.1 06-04-2012 is Critical and remotely exploitable.
BIND software is available for download at ISC.
|DHCP 3.1-ESV-R1 is an extended support version, published April 5, 2011
||DHCP 4.2.1-P1 is a current production release, published April 5, 2011|
|DHCP 4.1-ESV-R2 is a current extended support version, published April 5, 2011|
DHCP Software can be downloaded at the ISC.
Read up on everything IPv6 - the next generation of IP Addressing. In this series of articles we'll be detailing all our own recipes, information, and news as it relates to IPv6. Stay tuned...