Contributed by jose on from the better-dns-servers dept.
"I know today I'm supposed to write "special" news. But in Latinamerica that date is Dec 28, so off I go with some interesting tidbit. After much discussion on the reliability and standards adherence of BIND (like stating that A6 records should be used and AAAA deprecated even thouth the former have been reintated as "experimental") I found a nice, relatively secure DNS server with a BSD license: MaraDNS http://www.maradns.org/ It still doesn't supports IPv6. And supposedly was developed on Linux. But it seems to have been tested on OpenBSD. I think it's worth a look."I've heard good things about MaraDNS, but I don't know if it's seen enough action. How well has it been performing? I know I'm not terribly pleased with BIND, even after OpenBSD's changes. Has anyone tested the version in ports who wants to give us a review?
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