"DNSBOX is a great value for the price."
Andy Fleming, Systems Administrator at Kansas Research and Education Network, USA
"Our High School is getting around 35% request hit ratio. It looks very good."
Mariano Marin-Gomez, Director of Technology, Lindbergh Schools District, Missouri
"We are effectively lowering the ping time to the website...This makes websites feel more responsive and customers like our faster service."
Ray Taylor, CEO, Taylor Communications, New Zealand
"Having a solution to deploy HTTPS interception easily and informatively is a huge plus, and you guys seem on the ball with this"
Thomas Jansheski, Tech Director, Brandon School District, USA
"I needed an appliance provider that I could rely on for speedy support and ApplianSys has been excellent"
Kamal Essalai, CEO, West Africa Telecom (AirLink sarl), Liberia

Outfoblox at UTC

September 03, 2017
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ApplianSys is pleased to announce that Mexican university, Universidad Tecnologica de Coahuila (UTC), has replaced its Infoblox server with a DNSBOX one for easier admin at lower cost.

The university’s existing Infoblox server handled a small number of internal domains and served DHCP leases.  As the solution approached end-of-life, Network Manager Juan Eduardo Sánchez Guevara decided to look for a lower cost and easy-to-use alternative.

A quick demo of the DNSBOX user interface proved how much easier it would be to administer DHCP and make domain changes.

Juan was further delighted to find that replacing his old server with a new DNSBOX200 DNS/DHCP server was extremely affordable – well within UTC’s technology budget.

Migrating existing DHCP configuration and DNS data directly from the previous server made the transition to DNSBOX a hassle-free and very easy process.

DNSBOX is a good replacement for Infoblox – admin is much easier and DNS services are highly reliable,” comments Juan.

 

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Founded in 1994, Universidad Tecnológica de Coahuila is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the town of Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila.

The university is accredited by the Secretariat of Public Education in Mexico, and is ranked among the top ten universities in Coahuila.