Update Training (Oct 2011)
Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview      • Performance Improvements and                            Hardware Changes  ...
SolidDNS® Overview• Fully dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) DNS and DHCP server appliance.  Current version is 5.1; 5.2 will be r...
Notable Features• Restricted UNIX Shell  Introduced in SolidDNS® 5.1.430, the restricted UNIX shell is  preferred by most ...
Notable Features• Rollback Feature  Implemented in SolidDNS® 4.4.132, this feature allows an  administrator to restore a m...
Notable Features• Domain Block List  Implemented in SolidDNS®  4.2.134, this feature makes  it easier to block queries for...
Notable Features• DNS Anycast Monitor  Introduced in SolidDNS® 4.2.134, the DNS Anycast Monitor auto-  starts or stops the...
Notable Features• IPMI Support  This feature allows the use of the Intelligent Platform Management  Interface (IPMI) card....
Release Timeline
Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview      • Performance Improvements and                            Hardware Changes  ...
SolidDNS® 4.1.614• S-Shield Service  This service is an intrusion detection feature that sends alerts when  a captured pac...
SolidDNS® 4.1.614• Watcher Service  Admins can now set threshold limits for CPU, Memory, System,  Data, or Application usa...
SolidDNS® 4.1.614• BIND Blackhole Support  SolidDNS® now supports "blackhole" statements to ignore fake  queries coming fr...
SolidDNS® 4.1.614• Backup Feature  Admins can now automate the backup procedure and schedule it. In  addition, admins have...
SolidDNS® 4.1.816• IPv4 Anycast Support  This feature adds another high availability option for SolidDNS®  which administr...
SolidDNS® 4.1.816• Import Secondary Zones  This is a migration tool that makes it easier for administrators to  replicate ...
SolidDNS® 4.1.816• DNS Reports  This tool lets an administrator view the top users of the appliance,  the domains frequent...
SolidDNS® 4.1.816 Enhancements• Logs. This allows admins to enable or disable logging of certain  system events. This vers...
SolidDNS® 4.1.816 Enhancements• Session Timeout. Administrators can choose a duration longer than  15 minutes.• Max Cache....
SolidDNS® 4.1.816 Enhancements• Auto-generated RFC 1918 Private IPs. This version introduces the  option to create private...
SolidDNS® 4.2.134• New Service - IPMI Event Daemon  When enabled, the IPMI Event Daemon logs actions performed  using the ...
SolidDNS® 4.2.134• Domain Block List  This feature makes it easier to block queries for certain domains to  redirect them ...
SolidDNS® 4.2.134 Enhancements• Audit logs now include client IP address.• The System Information page now shows CPU and M...
SolidDNS® 4.4.132• Rollback Feature  This feature allows an administrator to restore a managed  SolidDNS® appliance to its...
SolidDNS® 4.4.132 Enhancements• Managed Server Enhancements. This version introduced the  ability to create backup files o...
SolidDNS® 4.4.132 Enhancements• Permission Index. In this version, a “model” user account can be  created, whose access ri...
SolidDNS® 5.1.430• Restricted UNIX Shell  Preferred by most administrators, this feature aids in advanced  troubleshooting...
SolidDNS® 5.1.430 Enhancements• OS, BIND Engine and DHCP Updates. This version has been  upgraded to FreeBSD 8.2, BIND 9.8...
SolidDNS® 5.1.430 Enhancements• S-Shield Service. This feature now includes an option specifying a  DNS Resource Record ty...
SolidDNS® 5.1.430 Enhancements• Reset to Factory Default. This version provides administrators with  two more options when...
Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview      • Performance Improvements                            and Hardware Changes  ...
Performance Improvements (Authoritative)Old SolidDNS® Models                  Small Form                                  ...
Performance Improvements (Recursive)           Old SolidDNS® Models                           Small Form                  ...
New Model Numbers                    Old Models   Current Models         X-Series     X-710          X-715                ...
New Hardware Features  SolidDNS®                      X-Series                                         E-Series           ...
FAQs• How long are the new appliances supported?  The new AMD and Intel-powered systems are supported for the next  5 to 6...
FAQs• What are the options available to customers with expiring  warranties?  InfoWeapons has a Buyback Program that allow...
Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview      • Performance Improvements and                            Hardware Changes  ...
SolidDNS® Product Roadmap• Ongoing development of SolidDNS® 5.2 Features      DNS64      Managed Server enhancements   ...
SolidDNS® Product Roadmap• Planned features for future versions (2011)  Other significant features planned for future rele...
SolidDNS® Product Roadmap• Software Updates  We will also be releasing security updates whenever there are  critical updat...
Support Contact InformationU.S. Toll Free    + 1.877.480.1634Philippine Nos.   +63.32.238.0088 ext. 585                  +...
Thank You.InfoWeapons® is a registered trademark of       InfoWeapons Incorporated.         Please visit our website:     ...
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  1. 1. Update Training (Oct 2011)
  2. 2. Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview • Performance Improvements and Hardware Changes  Notable Features • Product Roadmap  Release Timeline  5.2• Latest Features and Enhancements  4.1.614  4.1.816  4.2.134  4.4.132  5.1.430
  3. 3. SolidDNS® Overview• Fully dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) DNS and DHCP server appliance. Current version is 5.1; 5.2 will be released in December 2011.• The OS is hardened and layer after layer of anti-hacking measures (Defense in Depth) protect all of its systems.• The Graphical User Interface (GUI) has extensive support for rapid and error-free entry of IPv6 addresses, DNSSEC keys and other objects.• Minimal information is captured in an internal database, from which BIND and DHCP configuration files are programmatically generated.
  4. 4. Notable Features• Restricted UNIX Shell Introduced in SolidDNS® 5.1.430, the restricted UNIX shell is preferred by most administrators. This feature aids in advanced troubleshooting and network diagnostics with common tools like tcpdump, dig, nslookup, and other UNIX commands.
  5. 5. Notable Features• Rollback Feature Implemented in SolidDNS® 4.4.132, this feature allows an administrator to restore a managed SolidDNS™ appliance to its previous state using any system snapshot created by the Cluster Manager.
  6. 6. Notable Features• Domain Block List Implemented in SolidDNS® 4.2.134, this feature makes it easier to block queries for certain domains to redirect them to another site. It also doubles as a convenient way to sign domains en masse or auto-create them as secondary zones in the managed servers.
  7. 7. Notable Features• DNS Anycast Monitor Introduced in SolidDNS® 4.2.134, the DNS Anycast Monitor auto- starts or stops the BGP service when a member of an Anycast cluster loses its DNS service. This ensures that DNS traffic is seamlessly diverted from the down cluster member or auto-restored when its back in harness.
  8. 8. Notable Features• IPMI Support This feature allows the use of the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) card. An IPMI card allows an administrator to, among others, monitor hardware temperature, fan speed, voltage, power status, chassis intrusion as well as remotely power-on or reboot the appliance even if it is down, but connected to a power source.
  9. 9. Release Timeline
  10. 10. Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview • Performance Improvements and Hardware Changes  Notable Features • Product Roadmap  Release Timeline  5.2• Latest Features and Enhancements  4.1.614  4.1.816  4.2.134  4.4.132  5.1.430
  11. 11. SolidDNS® 4.1.614• S-Shield Service This service is an intrusion detection feature that sends alerts when a captured packet matches a rule. This gives admins a collection of information from someone who is trying to attack the SolidDNS® server.• Netflow Service This feature allows admins to import SolidDNS® packets into a traffic monitoring software to detect anomalous or abnormal activity directed against the appliance.• Diskmon Service This is a new addition that detects RAID or hard drive failures and sends notification to specified recipients.
  12. 12. SolidDNS® 4.1.614• Watcher Service Admins can now set threshold limits for CPU, Memory, System, Data, or Application usage and receive email alerts when these figures are reached.• Journal of Dynamic Updates This feature records all changes introduced via dynamic updates.• IP Aliasing and Static Routes These new features allows administrators to add multiple IPs to the network interface cards of the appliance and define static routes for traffic that need to be diverted from the default gateway.• DNSSEC Enhancement The supports more algorithms for Trusted Keys and DS RRsets.
  13. 13. SolidDNS® 4.1.614• BIND Blackhole Support SolidDNS® now supports "blackhole" statements to ignore fake queries coming from specified IP address or network.• Domain-Specific Clear Cache This feature gives administrators the option to flush the cache of a specific domain. Admins can also download the cache when it reaches 3MB.• Support for dot "." Domain This feature is implementation of NXDomain and is especially useful to enterprises that want to limit recursive queries to specific domains or a "whitelist".• Wildcard CNAME The appliance now supports the wildcard asterisk "*" for CNAME. This allows the appliance to resolve even misspelled queries.
  14. 14. SolidDNS® 4.1.614• Backup Feature Admins can now automate the backup procedure and schedule it. In addition, admins have the option to copy the local backup to a remote server and delete the local copy after such transfer.• Logs The System Log page has additional tabs for DHCPv4, DHCPv6, DNS, and Other logs, which were added to help administrators sift through the tons of records the appliance keeps.• New API Methods Please create an account and log in at http://soliddnsapi.infoweapons.com for more information on the SolidDNS® API methods.
  15. 15. SolidDNS® 4.1.816• IPv4 Anycast Support This feature adds another high availability option for SolidDNS® which administrators can use to design a more robust and reliable DNS infrastructure. This implementation uses the standard Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).• BGPD Service This is a new service that enables the Anycast feature, complete with a detailed status page. It also allows administrators to configure BGP and add, edit, or delete “neighbors” right from the appliance’s management interface.• New API Methods Please create an account and log in at http://soliddnsapi.infoweapons.com for more information on the SolidDNS® API methods.
  16. 16. SolidDNS® 4.1.816• Import Secondary Zones This is a migration tool that makes it easier for administrators to replicate secondary zones from a BIND server by simply importing a standard Config file into the SolidDNS® appliance.• IPMI Card Support This feature allows the use of the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) card. An IPMI card allows an administrator to, among others, monitor hardware temperature, fan speed, voltage, power status, chassis intrusion as well as remotely power-on or reboot the appliance even if it is down, but connected to a power source.
  17. 17. SolidDNS® 4.1.816• DNS Reports This tool lets an administrator view the top users of the appliance, the domains frequently queried, and the IPs and origins of these queries. Administrators have the option to export these data or retrieve it via SNMP or, additionally, include them as part of syslog.• Media Type Selection This allows an administrator to select an appropriate NIC “media type” for each interface of the appliance. By default, the appliance is configured to detect and auto-select the appropriate type, but this version gives more options for administrators to choose from.• Minimal DNS Response Enabling this feature will exclude unnecessary details in the Authority and Additional Data sections of the DNS responses returned by the appliance.
  18. 18. SolidDNS® 4.1.816 Enhancements• Logs. This allows admins to enable or disable logging of certain system events. This version also lets admins set the duration during which the appliance stores the records and deletes them automatically when the period expires. Logs introduced in the previous release (DHCPv4, DHCPv6, DNS, and other logs) now have a download button to allow the backup of system logs outside the appliance.• Password Retry Limit and Lockout Duration. This security enhancement automatically locks out anyone who attempts to access the appliance with a wrong password. The minimum limit is 3, but administrators may increase it and set a longer lockout period, which by default is set at 20 seconds.
  19. 19. SolidDNS® 4.1.816 Enhancements• Session Timeout. Administrators can choose a duration longer than 15 minutes.• Max Cache. This is now configurable to any size not exceeding 90% of available memory.• Watcher Service. This service now includes an option to receive notification using SNMP. Also, admins may now set a threshold for QPS in addition to CPU, Memory, System, and Data Disk usage.• CLI Enhancement. This version adds a CLI command that lets admins clear the cache of specific or all domains.• Multiple IP Feature. This component was enhanced to enable admins to set multiple IPs for clone servers to allow their use other than as slaves of the master appliance. Also added are options to set the sources for Notify, Transfer, and Query messages.
  20. 20. SolidDNS® 4.1.816 Enhancements• Auto-generated RFC 1918 Private IPs. This version introduces the option to create private IPs specified by RFC 1918.• Customizable Logo and Login Page. Admins can replace the SolidDNS® logo with their corporate identity and customize the login page.• OS and BIND Engine Updates. This version has been upgraded to FreeBSD 7.3 and BIND 9.7.1-p2.
  21. 21. SolidDNS® 4.2.134• New Service - IPMI Event Daemon When enabled, the IPMI Event Daemon logs actions performed using the Intelligent Platform Management Interface and alerts administrators whenever the hot-swappable disks of any S-Series appliance is removed or replaced.• New Service - DNS Anycast Monitor This auto-starts or stops the BGP service when a member of an Anycast cluster loses its DNS service. This ensures that DNS traffic is seamlessly diverted from the down cluster member or auto- restored when its back in harness.• New Service - DNS Uplink Check This allows the appliance to immediately return a SERVFAIL error instead of "connection timed out" if it cannot connect to upstream servers when performing a dig operation.
  22. 22. SolidDNS® 4.2.134• Domain Block List This feature makes it easier to block queries for certain domains to redirect them to another site. It also doubles as a convenient way to sign domains en masse or auto-create them as secondary zones in the managed servers.• New CLI Command This version now supports the “top” command for the Command Line Interface, giving administrators another system monitor tool that shows processor activities in real time. This command displays the most CPU-intensive tasks, sorting them by CPU usage, memory usage and runtime.• New API Methods Please create an account and log in at http://soliddnsapi.infoweapons.com for more information on the SolidDNS® API methods.
  23. 23. SolidDNS® 4.2.134 Enhancements• Audit logs now include client IP address.• The System Information page now shows CPU and Memory Usage.• The System Usage page has additional tabs for disk read-write, interface traffic, disk space. The DNS tab now includes an "advanced" mode where administrators can display graphs for DNS requests and the DNS statistics dump.• Administrators can now auto-create secondary networks (reverse zones) as well as propagate multiple primary and secondary domains in the managed servers.• Domains and network lists can now be sorted ‘alpha-numerically’.• A single-click unblock feature has been introduced in the S-Shield service to release IPs in the Blockslists tab.
  24. 24. SolidDNS® 4.4.132• Rollback Feature This feature allows an administrator to restore a managed SolidDNS® appliance to its previous state using any system snapshot created by the Cluster Manager.• New API Methods Please create an account and log in at http://soliddnsapi.infoweapons.com for more information on the SolidDNS® API methods.
  25. 25. SolidDNS® 4.4.132 Enhancements• Managed Server Enhancements. This version introduced the ability to create backup files of managed servers (cluster members). Admins can use the cluster manager to perform software updates for members. Another addition is the ability to flush the DNS cache of managed servers, retrieve their graphical statistics, and a centralized management console or dashboard showing the properties and state of all cluster members.• Password Security. Several password enhancements were added such as the enforcement of minimum characters, password expiry, and a login error when users fail to update their credentials. For added security, users are now forced to create a new password upon first login and at regular intervals thereafter.
  26. 26. SolidDNS® 4.4.132 Enhancements• Permission Index. In this version, a “model” user account can be created, whose access rights could be applied to all existing and subsequently created administrators.• DHCP Enhancements. The version introduced three new options: 119 (a standard option, see RFC3397), 162 and 187, which are custom options that allow the appliance to accept multiple hexadecimal numbers and special characters like comma and slash.• BIND 9.8 Update. This version comes with a BIND update package.• Bug Fixes. This version fixes a DHCPv6 bug, which causes “named” to stall during dynamic DNS updates. The lease page has also been fixed to display all the necessary details of an assigned IPv6 address.
  27. 27. SolidDNS® 5.1.430• Restricted UNIX Shell Preferred by most administrators, this feature aids in advanced troubleshooting and network diagnostics with common tools like tcpdump, dig, nslookup, ping, ping6, traceroute, traceroute6, telnet, ssh, scp, and other UNIX commands.• New API Method Please create an account and log in at http://soliddnsapi.infoweapons.com for more information on the SolidDNS® API methods.
  28. 28. SolidDNS® 5.1.430 Enhancements• OS, BIND Engine and DHCP Updates. This version has been upgraded to FreeBSD 8.2, BIND 9.8.0-P4, and DHCP 3.1-ESV-R1.  FreeBSD 8.2 enhancements include the following: – Updated network interface drivers – VLAN improvement – Continued SMP scalability improvements in many areas – Upgraded ports to latest versions – Many miscellaneous improvements and bug fixes• BIND Config Generator Optimization. In this version, it takes 70% less waiting time to apply changes to the DNS service.
  29. 29. SolidDNS® 5.1.430 Enhancements• S-Shield Service. This feature now includes an option specifying a DNS Resource Record type when setting parameters to an S-Shield rule. An alert is generated when a captured packet matches a rule with a particular RR type.• Software Updates. This version allows administrators to cancel an ongoing software update process and notifies them of a disconnection while downloading an update package.• DHCP Enhancements. This version introduces two noteworthy DHCP address filtering options -- MAC filtering and Option 82 (The Relay Agent Information Option) -- which allow administrators to create a client class that matches the MAC Organizationally Unique Identifier (OIU) for the former option, and either sub-options “Agent Remote ID” or “Agent Circuit ID” for the latter.
  30. 30. SolidDNS® 5.1.430 Enhancements• Reset to Factory Default. This version provides administrators with two more options when reverting data and configurations of the appliance back to factory preset values -- the Partial Reset and Network Reset options.• Pointer Records. This version introduces two Pointer Records (PTR) enhancements for easy management.• Logs. This version gives administrators the option to enable or disable logging of DNS query errors. Also, audit logs can now be exported in CSV format; the files of which can be downloaded and saved in a preferred location. An option to input start and end date is also available if the admin prefers to download only certain logs.• New SNMP MIBs
  31. 31. Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview • Performance Improvements and Hardware Changes  Notable Features • Product Roadmap  Release Timeline  5.2• Latest Features and Enhancements  4.1.614  4.1.816  4.2.134  4.4.132  5.1.430
  32. 32. Performance Improvements (Authoritative)Old SolidDNS® Models Small Form SofplianceSolidDNS® Xpress Series Enterprise Series Service Provider Series Factor Series SeriesDNS 11,000 QPS 60,000 QPS 100,000 QPS 125,000 QPS 20,000 QPSDNSSEC 9,900 QPS 54,000 QPS 90,000 QPS 112,500 QPS Not available 400 LPS 600 LPSDHCP Not available on X-915 and X- on E-2600 and 800 LPS Not available 925 only 2620 onlyCurrent SolidDNS® Models Small Form SofplianceSolidDNS® Xpress Series Enterprise Series Service Provider Series Factor Series SeriesDNS 11,000 QPS 110,000 QPS 115,000 QPS 140,000 QPS 200,000 QPS 20,000 QPSDNSSEC 9,900 QPS 105,000 QPS 115,000 QPS 140,000 QPS 195,000 QPS Not available 400 LPS 600 LPSDHCP Not available on X-915 and X- on E-2600 and 800 LPS Not available 925 only 2620 onlyQPS: Queries per SecondLPS: Leases per Second
  33. 33. Performance Improvements (Recursive) Old SolidDNS® Models Small Form Service Provider SolidDNS® Xpress Series Enterprise Series Factor Series Series 50%CHR 1,700 QPS 12,200 QPS 19,400 QPS 17,700 QPS 60%CHR 2,300 QPS 14,500 QPS 23,700 QPS 20,800 QPS 70%CHR 2,800 QPS 16,600 QPS 28,600 QPS 26,200 QPS 80%CHR 3,400 QPS 21,600 QPS 36,600 QPS 32,600 QPS 90%CHR 4,500 QPS 27,700 QPS 43,700 QPS 41,900 QPS Current SolidDNS® Models Small Form Service Provider SolidDNS® Xpress Series Enterprise Series Factor Series Series 50%CHR 1,700 QPS 22,000 QPS 20,200 QPS 27,900 QPS 60%CHR 2,300 QPS 25,200 QPS 24,700 QPS 31,800 QPS 70%CHR 2,800 QPS 29,500 QPS 29,800 QPS 36,900 QPS 80%CHR 3,400 QPS 35,200 QPS 38,100 QPS 43,700 QPS 90%CHR 4,500 QPS 44,800 QPS 45,500 QPS 54,200 QPSQPS: Queries per SecondCHR: Cache Hit Ratio
  34. 34. New Model Numbers Old Models Current Models X-Series X-710 X-715 X-910 X-915 X-920 X-925 E-Series E-2110 E-2610 E-2510 E-2600 E-2520 E-2620 S-Series S-4010 S-4020 S-4510 S-4610 S-4520 S-4620 S-4650 S-4560 S-4660
  35. 35. New Hardware Features SolidDNS® X-Series E-Series S-Series Old New Old New Old New Rack-Mountable 1UForm Factor Rack-mountable 1U Rack-Mountable 1U Rack-mountable 1U Rack-Mountable 1U Rack-mountable 1U Rack-Mountable 2U (DC) 2.4GHz Quad-Core 2.93GHz Quad-Core 64- 64-bit bit with Hyperthreading 2.6GHz Dual- 3.1GHz Dual-Core 64- 2.5GHz Quad-Core 2.6GHz Quad-CoreCPU Core 64-bit bit with Hyperthreading 64-bit S-4550, S-4560 are 64-bit S-4650, S-4660 are upgradable to dual upgradable to dual CPUs CPUsNetwork Dual Built-in Gigabit Dual Built-in Gigabit Dual Built-in Gigabit Dual built-in Gigabit Dual built-in Gigabit Dual built-in GigabitInterface IPMI 10/100Mbps IPMI 10/100Mbps IPMI 10/100Mbps E-2600 4GB S-40xx 4GBStandard E-2110 8GB 8GB 2GB 2GB E-2610Memory E-2510 4GB 8GB E-2620 S-46xx 8GB S-4510, S-4520 up to S-4610, S-4620, S-4630 – 64GB up to 32GBMaximum 8GB 32GB 8GB 64GBMemory S-4550, S-4560 up to S-4650, S-4660 – up to 128GB 192GB 2 x 250GB SATA 2 x 500GB SATADisk 160GB SATA 250GB SATA 160GB SATA 250GB SATA (RAID 1) (RAID 1) Auto-Switching Auto-SwitchingAC Power Single Auto- Universal with option to Single Auto- Universal with option Redundant auto- Redundant Auto-SwitchingSupply (100- switching universal upgrade to Redundant switching universal switching universal to upgrade to Universal240V) Hot Swap Redundant Hot Swap Single DC Non-Hot SwapDC Power Single DC Non-Hot Swap or Redundant DC HotSupply Swap (2U)
  36. 36. FAQs• How long are the new appliances supported? The new AMD and Intel-powered systems are supported for the next 5 to 6 years.• What will happen to systems with existing warranties? All our systems are covered by 3-year hardware warranties with option to extend it up to 5 years. All of these warranties to repair and replace parts will be honored by InfoWeapons and our hardware partner, which has more than enough supply to meet its warranty commitments. That being said, if your customers have expiring warranties, we recommend that they upgrade to the newer models to enjoy maximum value.
  37. 37. FAQs• What are the options available to customers with expiring warranties? InfoWeapons has a Buyback Program that allows customers to trade-in old appliances and recover a minimal return value for old appliances and at the same time get the latest available hardware platforms that will have guaranteed warranty of at least 5 years. Another option is our Hardware Refresh Program, which allows customers to buy just the new hardware, without paying any extra for our software. InfoWeapons will help install the existing software and restore all configurations in the new hardware.
  38. 38. Presentation Outline• SolidDNS® Overview • Performance Improvements and Hardware Changes  Notable Features • Product Roadmap  Release Timeline  5.2• Latest Features and Enhancements  4.1.614  4.1.816  4.2.134  4.4.132  5.1.430
  39. 39. SolidDNS® Product Roadmap• Ongoing development of SolidDNS® 5.2 Features  DNS64  Managed Server enhancements  NXDomain opt-out  DHCPv4 Failover  DNS Performance improvement  CLI ping6  Centralized update (Download update from the managed server master)  Multi-Org enhancements
  40. 40. SolidDNS® Product Roadmap• Planned features for future versions (2011) Other significant features planned for future releases of SolidDNS™ include:  Managed Server enhancements  DHCPv6 multiple address pools  IP Address Tracking  DHCP Migration tools  BIND Update (We’re expecting  Expanded SNMP Features 2 more BIND releases from ISC this year, BIND 9.9 and 9.10)  Expanded DNSSEC features  Internationalized Domain  CLI help Names (IDN)  Multi-master replication feature  New API Methods  DHCP Reports
  41. 41. SolidDNS® Product Roadmap• Software Updates We will also be releasing security updates whenever there are critical updates from ISC for BIND and DHCP.
  42. 42. Support Contact InformationU.S. Toll Free + 1.877.480.1634Philippine Nos. +63.32.238.0088 ext. 585 +63.32.479.9947 to 48 ext. 585Emails support@infoweapons.com sdns-support@infoweapons.comSkype IDs iw-support sdns-supportTwitter @InfoWeapons
  43. 43. Thank You.InfoWeapons® is a registered trademark of InfoWeapons Incorporated. Please visit our website: www.infoweapons.com
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