The NTP Public Services Project Bugzilla is located at http://bugs.ntp.isc.org and redirection will be provided from http://bugzilla.ntp.org. All existing Bugzilla user accounts were transfered during the rehosting so that users will not need to re-register.
Redwood City, CA -- The widely-used public services of the Network Time Protocol (NTP) Project are moving to Internet Systems Consortium (ISC). NTP is the protocol that allows the clocks of computers to synchronize over a network with definitive time servers. One example of an industry dependent on accurate time is the communications industry. From consumer telephone service and military satellites to network broadcasting and cable television, accurate synchronized time is essential.
Redwood City, CA -- Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC) welcomes additional support for Hosted@ISC, a programme providing high availability services for popular Open Source software applications and projects. XFree86, NetBSD and OpenBSD are the latest participant to join the programme. Iron Systems is partnering with ISC to provide computer systems to these Programme participants. Exchange@200 Paul is providing ISC with collocation space for Hosted@ISC customers.
Redwood City, CA -- Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and Cable and Wireless have installed a new F-root nameserver at the INXS in Munich, Germany.
Joao Damas, F-root Programme Manager, stated, "ISC is extremely happy to be working with Cable and Wireless to enhance the resilience and service of the global DNS. Installation at the INXS exchange point increases root server reachability in Europe."
Redwood City, CA -- Internet Systems Consortium (ISC), APNIC and APJII have installed a new F-root nameserver in Jakarta, Indonesia. The new server was deployed in cooperation with Asosiasi Penyelenggara Jasa Internet Indonesia (APJII) and is hosted at the Indonesia Internet Exchange (IIX).
Redwood City, CA - Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and ISOC-IL have installed a new F-root nameserver in Tel Aviv, Israel, at the Israeli Internet Exchange (IIX). The new server was deployed in cooperation with ISOC-IL, the Israeli chapter of the Internet Society, serving all of the Israeli Internet Community.
Redwood City, CA -- Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and FCCN have installed a new F-root nameserver in Lisbon, Portugal. The new server was deployed in cooperation with the Portuguese Academic & Research Network and the Portugal Internet Exchange (GigaPIX).
Joao Damas, F-root Programme Manager, stated, "We are happy to be installing a new F-root node in Southern Europe. This will provide enhanced and more dependable DNS service to the Internet in Portugal."