We look after about 50 websites for clients on shared hosting. We'll soon be moving them to a dedicated server so I am looking for a good place to manage my DNS records (the shared server is currently used as the nameserver too). I want something more reliable.

I found DynDNS and was looking at their Small to Medium Business offering, does anyone have experience of using them? Also I presume '100 records' means 100 A records, CNAMES etc, not 100 different domains (my DNS knowledge is very limited).

Can anyone suggest a good provider for a design/web agency that manages the hosting for it's clients?



  • You are right, the Zones will be the actual number of domains you can host while the records are within those zones. For example: Adding a sub domain to a zone will count as one extra record. For the number of clients you have, you would have to go with the Dynect SMB 50 package. Mar 23, 2011 at 11:24
  • @Digital Essence. Thanks, looks like I would be right on the limit of the SMB package :(
    – Ric
    Mar 23, 2011 at 11:39

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My votes with an oldie but a goodie - http://dyn.com/enterprise-dns/dynect-platform


http://www.internet.bs is quite a good

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