KO3.net has moved it’s main production servers from Amsterdam to Arnhem to better serve it’s mostly locally based clients and allow for quicker response times to possible hardware issues. With this move we have also moved towards full IPv6 compatibility.
Our version of DNS Manager has moved from 0.2.30 BETA to 1.0.0, this means we have officially launched our DNS manager for use by clients. It’s still rough around the edges and will undergo more tweaks in to comming weeks as post-launch development continues. Upcomming plans for 1.1.x are integration with SIDNs EEP back-end to […]
After CyberServ B.V. moved and inproperly attached our main servers in Amsterdam without prior notice or informing us of the new location we have terminated our contract with CyberServ B.V. and moved to a new datacenter build and run by ReasonNet (also located in Amsterdam) We hope this means we can provide proper service without […]
RBL2.KO3.net has been launched in an effort to provide our own clients with better ANTI-SPAM support. I hope others can share in it’s use, but this system comes “as-is”. I will be making a webinterface shortly to allow for removal by users that have been marked by “false positives”.
KO3.net has launched it’s newest off-site server in Nijmegen. Hosted in the server-room of Het Oudburgeren Gasthuis in Nijmegen, Netherlands a new 2008 server has joined the production environment. Improved levels of redundancy will be achieved with this new server and we are working on intergrating it into our existing environment as quickly as possible.
On-going efforts to create a web-based management-shell the allow end-users to directly manage and maintain their own DNS records on Windows based DNS servers has reached a final release fase where I am proud to say we have launched the first version with all the major functionality. Full support for adding and deleting all basic […]