has released xDNS Builder 2.0, a tool to help Mac-based Internet administrators set up and maintain Domain Name Service (DNS) on a Mac OS X or Mac OS X Server-based system.
Although Mac OS X includes this ability, it’s a command-line function. xDNS Builder offers a user-friendly interface. Features include assistants that help you set up master domains and associated host files.
Changes in xDNS Builder 2.0 include the ability to manage aliases, MX records, and more; “beginner mode” with an automatic DNS setup; the ability to start and stop DNS functions; a new interface, and more.
xDNS Builder 2.0 works with any version of Mac OS X or Mac OS X Server, according to AppMac. A trial version is available for download that doesn’t allow you to save settings. The software costs US$79 to register.