Carpe Stellarem, developers of Mac OS X tools, on Monday released updates to two of its products:
Domain Name Servers (DNS) are one of the most complex and important configurations on any Internet enabled server. Mac OS X comes equipped with the Unix underpinnings that allow it to run DNS, but the configuration must be done from the command line, a daunting task for most Mac users. (Mac OS X Panther Server does include a Graphical User Interface (GUI) interface in its latest release). StellarDNS provides users with an application capable of configuring local and remote DNS from within the GUI.
The update to StellarDNS includes bug fixes, improved performance when connecting to remote servers running Carpe Daemon software, new contextual menus and improved documentation.
StellarRADIUS provides a graphical interface to FreeRADIUS allowing network administrators to protect Apple’s Airport Base Stations from unauthorized access by authenticating users from a central server. The Stellar RADIUS update includes bug fixes to the GUI and parser as well as performance enhancements when connecting to remote servers running Carpe Daemon.