Users of the Liverton Security Domain Name System (LDNS) use a self-service portal to manage domain and zone records.
Changes to zone records can be scheduled for a future day and time and multiple changes can be queued. The LDNS solution supports Te Reo Māori vowels with macrons.
The LDNS solution is a live-live fail-over system based in IaaS datacentres in geographically diverse centres. It is a robust and secure system.
The system uses DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) to strengthen authentication using digital signatures based on public/private key cryptography.
Customisation for specific requirements is available.
Liverton Security is a .nz authorised domain name registrar.
Domains move through a lifecycle of states: current/published, draft, scheduled or historic.
Domain requests move through a lifecycle of states: draft, pending approval, not published, published or declined.
Two Factor Authenticatio
The Liverton Security DNS system uses 2FA to confirm the user’s identity.
Users are assigned roles to control the functions they are able to use. Permissions are managed by the LDNS System Administrator.