[Pdns-users] Generating ZSK/KSK not using pdnssec.

Zane Thomas zane.thomas at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 20:36:49 UTC 2013

bind includes tools such as dnssec-keygen which you can use to generate the

On Fri, Dec 28, 2012 at 1:40 PM, Tino Donderwinkel <tino at tino.nl> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am starting to learn PowerDNS and use the gmysql backend, with DNSSEC
> enabled.
> Yet, I 'manage' DNS through a web interface that is running on a separate
> server. (e.g. Your typical write-to-a-mysql-database scenario, but the web
> server part is separated from the PowerDNS server part.)
> In order to get the proper ZSK/KSK one could normally use pdnssec
> secure-zone <myzone>, and the keys would be added to the cryptokeys table.
> Since this is not possible for me, I would like to create the proper key
> information 'manually' and place it in the MySQL cryptokeys table.
> Does anyone have a good how-to or tips what's the best way to accomplish
> this?
> Thanks, (and best wishes!)
> Tino Donderwinkel
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