[Pdns-users] Where is the database schema?
bloat at grounded.net
Wed Mar 1 22:41:04 UTC 2017
I'd rather learn about pdns and see how things go.
At this point, I've added the dns server as a third in my godaddy record. I can see AXFR requests coming in but being denied. (cannot request AXFR, no permission, etc.
I'm reading up on why this might be happening. I'd like this server to be a master, using it to update other dns servers, no users resolving off of it.
My pdns.conf settings are pretty much bare other than master=yes, set group/user, launch and the mysql settings.
The AXFR faq says to enable master and I see no other settings mentioned in there which might cause this.
I don't have any IP blocks, nothing else in there is enabled.
This seems to be a common problem but finding the answer is not easy, so far :).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Candler" <b.candler at pobox.com>
To: "NoBloat" <bloat at grounded.net>, pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 4:53:17 AM
Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] Where is the database schema?
On 28/02/2017 22:33, NoBloat wrote:
Then in your pdns server create zone dynamic.example.com, and names within it like foo.dynamic.example.com That would be nice and simple but I need the dynamics to be 123.domain.com, 345.domain.com, etc.
I think it sounds like my only option is to try learning enough about pdns to become default dns servers.
Yes indeed - or else use the godaddy API to create/update those records.
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