DNS stands for Domain Name System. It is an application layer protocol.

DNS is a distributed Internet directory service. A network of DNS servers respond to requests to translate between domain names (such as dmoz.org) and IP, Internet Protocol, numeric addresses (such as for URLs and email delivery. Most Internet services rely on DNS to work.

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ADNS is a free resolver library for C (and C++) programs, released under GNU's General Public License.
DNS & BIND Resources
Offers information about DNS and the BIND Nameserver Software from ISC. Includes links, manuals, mailing lists, RFCs and download locations.
DNS Oversimplied: How to Check Your DNS
Step-by-step instructions on how to verify that your DNS is working properly and is error-free, even if your ISP handles your DNS.
DNSSEC - DNS Security Extensions
Offers information about DNSSEC: Security Extensions for DNS. Includes DNSSEC projects, articles, news, developments, presentations, howtos and RFCs.
DNSSEC Zone Key Tool
A toolkit for secure DNS key management and zone maintenance.
The DNSSEC-Tools Project
A set of software tools, patches, applications, wrappers, extensions, and plugins that will help ease the deployment of DNSSEC related technologies.
Fusion DNS - Embedded Source Code
Fusion DNS software is a resolver for embedded devices that is comprised of a library of easy-to-use routines that a client application can call to perform the domain name to IP address translation function.
Fusion Layer
Develops and markets virtualization-ready, secure DNS and IP addressing solutions distributed as software appliances.
Howto Become A Totally Small Time DNS Admin
Plain text instructions on setting up administration under Linux.
IANA Root Zone Database
The official list of all generic and country specific TLD's, with contact information for the corresponding sponsors and registries.
A free module for Perl for resolving DNS queries.
Putting Locations into the DNS
How to put your latitude and longitude into your DNS configuration, plus some nifty extras, like maps.
Request For Comment 1035
This RFC describes the details of the domain system and protocol, and assumes that the reader is familiar with the concepts discussed in a companion RFC, "Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities" [RFC-1034].
Root Server Technical Operations Assn
Official web site of the DNS root servers. Information, including locations, ASNs, and IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, of the 13 root-servers.net systems.
Secure BIND Template v3.4
Detailed explanation as to how to deploy a secure BIND configuration.
Securing an Internet Name Server
Paper discussing general name server security, with a focus on BIND. By Allen Householder and Brian King of CERT/CC. [PDF]
Simple DNS Plus
DNS server software for Windows, software based failover solution and secondary DNS service for backup and redundancy.
Tinydns and Dnscache
A replacement for BIND - Tinydns does the authoritative nameserving, Dnscache does the recursive lookups.
XBill DNSJava
A DNS resolver written in Java.

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