DNS usage stats offline for now

We have temporarily disabled the DNS usage stats module while we iron out some performance and consistency issues. Sorry for the inconvenience, we hope to have them back online within a week to 10 days.

members site interface sync weirdness


Last night we switched our primary web server for the members interface to new hardware. During this process, we synced up the zone files between the two servers. While the switch went well overall we are getting reports that some users are seeing old zone file configurations in the members interface.

This won’t effect the results zones return from our name servers, since the zone files that are being read and propagated to our name servers are being done so from a dedicated “hidden master” name server that has the right info.

If you see this effect in your members interface (weird or old records), contact support and they will get the admins update the zone file to the proper current zone.


We have encountered a hardware issue with our remote1.easydns.com machine.
Currently , we are working with our provider to get the machine back up and running as soon as possible.

In the interim we have repointed the IP for remote1.easydns.com to one of our existing NS boxen.

member's site maintenance: September 6th 2009 @ 11:00pm EST


On September 6th 2009 at 11:00pm EST the EasyDNS sysops team will be conducting a scheduled maintenance on the EasyDNS members interface. The work will last until September 7th 2009 at 3:00am EST.

Barring complications or tweaks, our goal will be to complete work in a shorter period than we have allocated, but we’re airing on the side of caution.

The following sites will be impacted;



easyURL.net now CLOSED to general public

Our URL shortening service easyURL.net is now CLOSED to the general public.

Only easyDNS members in good standing with at least one active domain in their account may use this service. To enable your access log into your easyDNS account and under your utilities module click on enable easyURL.net and then you’re done. Happy shortening.

Everybody else can make other arrangements.

Thank you for your time.