Re: [Crisp] RFC 5144 up and running

Patrick Mevzek <> Sat, 11 October 2008 14:47 UTC

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Marcos Sanz/Denic <> 2008-09-25 18:15
> FYI:

The last version of my toolkit that was just released on CPAN
includes an IRIS DCHK client that interoperates with DENIC server,
thanks to Marcos' help to fix some corner cases.

It is a basic implementation of IRIS DCHK over LWZ as a free
and I would be happy to expand it with others IRIS registry types
and with other registries, as time and energy permits.

For those interested, please note
that the toolkit is not just an IRIS client, nor just an EPP
client, it implements dozens of RFCs related to domain names
operations trying to have a simple and uniform API for all cases.

If everything goes well a demonstration will take place during the
next ICANN meeting in Caïro for the ccNSO during which I will try to
briefly speak about IRIS.

Download of the toolkit:

Direct link to the IRIS DCHK client example:

More information on the toolkit and what it implements:


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