This page collects relevant EPP software that could be considered by a registrar who wants to develop a client-side EPP implementation.
|Software developed by Norid|
Net-DRI for .no
Released 2014-04-01: Net-DRI-0.96_05.no.1.0.1_1.tar.gz. Minor bugfix to correct erroneous handling of a date parameter in Protocol/EPP/Extensions/NO/Domain.pm. See the Changes file in the distribution for further details.
Released 2014-01-31: Net-DRI-0.96_05.no.1.0.1.tar.gz. Update to activate and support DNSSEC for .no. See the Changes file in the distribution for further details.
This is a powerful and widely used EPP library/API module. Norid has added support for .no to it. The module complies to the 1.0 version of the XML schemas. It contains some changes compared to the 0.96 version on CPAN. Until these changes are included in the next Net-DRI version and published on CPAN, it can be downloaded here.
This module also contains source code for a simple command line EPP client, which is found in the eg/ directory. It is developed by Norid purely for internal DRI testing purposes, but can be used as an example standalone client or as an example on how to use the Net::DRI API for .no.
General information about the Net::DRI module on CPAN. This library module is used by the EPP web client developed and offered by Norid.
Web based EPP client
Release date 2014-01-31: EppClient-0.92.tar.gz. Updated to support DNSSEC for .no. Requires the 0.96_05.no.1.0.1 version of Net-DRI. See the Changes file in the distribution for details.
This is the source code for the EPP web client developed by Norid. This is a minimalistic EPP client implementation intended for low-volume registrars.
Please read the README and INSTALL files in the distribution to find terms of usage and guidelines for installation.
Go to the testing page for further information on usage.
Perl programs for automatic service message polling and sending them by email
Released 2011-10-21: poll2email.tar.gz
When the introduction of the new registry system a number of email based notifications were removed and replaced by service messages over the EPP channel.
Some registrars have requested the possibility of still receiving emails for some notification types.
The registry system is an EPP based system and Norid will continue to use the EPP channel as the main notification channel.
We have however, chosen to offer a couple of simple poll programs that might help to solve this situation.
'svc_poll_netdri.pl' and 'svc_poll_www.pl' are perl programs which polls your service messages and sends the interesting ones by email to an email address of your choice. By use of filtering rules configured for the program itself, possibly combined with filter rules in your email reader, you can control which service messages that are interesting for your usage.
By calling the poll script from a cron job, this polling can be done regularly and automatically.
|More EPP software in the market|
This list of EPP software is incomplete and provided as examples only. Norid does not recommend any specific software.
If you know more .no compliant EPP software, please tell us and we will be happy to include it to our list.
| Net::DRI, a free software Domain Name Registry Interface
Note: Norid has adapted this module to .no and offers it to .no registrars as a possible client API.
|EppClient .NET API
Language: .NET (developed in C#)
A commercial API developed for .no and .se. Can be extended to support other registries.
Also offering a web client (see below).
A complete application for registrars, which can be used as a common tool towards many registries
Support for a lot of registries.
Seems to be some license to pay.
|Universal Registry Client
The Universal Registry Client is a desktop application which can be used to communicate with different domain name registries.
|EppClient web client
A commercial web based client supporting .no and .se. Also offering a .NET API (see above).
|Software Development Kits (SDK)|
Comment : Protected site, registered registrars only.
|Sourceforge EPP search|
|This search reveals many links to Open Source EPP software.|