November 29, 2006; 07:54 AM
OpenDNS has selected DynDNS’ DNS
Update API to power their newest feature, OpenDNS accounts. This
mechanism allows OpenDNS users to set resolution preferences while on a
dynamic IP address. DynDNS developed the API and has been providing
dynamic DNS (DDNS) services since 1998.
"This is just another way that DynDNS' de-facto DNS Update API is being
used to update Dynamic DNS hosts. We're happy to see that OpenDNS
selected our industry leading standard,” said
Jeremy Hitchcock, DynDNS' CEO.
DynDNS offers a Certification
Program to recognize software and hardware that is fully compatible
with the DNS Update API. To date, devices made by Linksys, Netgear,
Patton, SonicWALL, and Sony have been certified by DynDNS. Software or
hardware developers are encouraged to submit their devices to DynDNS to
DNS is currently used by thousands of users and enterprises to power
their Internet connections by providing fast and reliable DNS
resolution, even for users on dynamic IP addresses. Using the same DNS
Update API, users have been able to manage their Recursive DNS, since
the service was launched in April 2005. DynDNS is current offering a
promotional 10% off Recursive DNS service.
Formed in 1998, Dynamic Network Services, Inc. (www.dyndns.com) provides superior domain
name system (DNS) services with the highest levels of redundancy,
service, and support in the industry. Our world-class team of DNS
experts allows us to provide unprecedented quality of service and
support, and our use of proven open source technology reduces cost and
risk to our users.
Dynamic Network Services, Jeremy Hitchcock, 603-668-4998