Here you can find a short history of changes we've made in the past, and a roadmap of features to come.
- Fall 2019
- Unify different keys (SSH key, HTTP token)
- Frontend: upgrade to Ruby on Rails 6
- Add support for Dynamic DNS Updates to update IPv4 and IPv6 addresses of zones (RFC 2136)
- Summer 2019
- Add support for delegated domains
- Winter 2018/19
- SSH: Add support for labels starting with underscore like
- SSH: Add support for deleting of records.
- SSH: Fix synchronisation of nameservers after update of records.
- Spring 2016
- DNS: Add support for SPF and TXT records with up to 512 bytes of data.
- Fall 2016
- SSH: Public keys can be passed via URL parameter to dynv6.
- SSH: Public keys can be restricted to a single host.
- Domains: Add
dns.navyas additional domains.
- SSH: Updating of IPv4/IPv6 addresses implemented
- SSH: Execution of commands without PTY implemented
- October 2016
- Relaunch of dynv6
- Redundant setup with servers located in three different datacenters
- IPSec for secure data transmission between servers
- Frontend upgraded to Ruby On Rails 5
- Backend reimplemented in Go
- Caddy replaced Apache 2
- Add changelog
- Add dynv6 SSH shell with public key authentication (
- Summer 2016
- Hooks: Only call tunnelbroker.net if address has been changed
- Winter 2015/16
- Remove beta from logo. We are stable now.
- Fall 2015
- Hooks: Add support for tunnelbroker.net to update tunnel IP address
- DNS: Add support for TXT records
- Summer 2015
- DNS: Add support underscores (
_) in DNS records
- DNS: Add support for wildcard records (
- October 2014
- Launch of dynv6 beta phase
- Built on Ruby On Rails 4, PostgreSQL and PowerDNS
- DNS: Initial support for