[Pdns-users] DNSSEC, wich key for the registrar
asankag at talkup.com.au
Tue Mar 12 19:13:38 UTC 2019
I added all 3 DS keys to registrar when i setup my DNSSEC settings.
According to your info:
Key Tag : 58353
Algorythm:  ECDSA Curve P-256 with SHA-256
Digest Type: (1/2/4)
Digest : x/y/z
Hope this helps.
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On 12/03/2019 11:13:25 PM, David REYNAUD <david at w3line.fr> wrote:
After enabling DNSEC for a zone, wich key should i setup/configure on the registrar database ?
When i do a « pdnsutil show-zone myzone.com » we have many keys. See sample below :
pdnsutil show-zone myzone.com
>This is a Native zone
> API-RECTIFY 1
> SOA-EDIT-API DEFAULT
>Zone has NSEC semantics
>ID = 1 (CSK), flags = 257, tag = 58353, algo = 13, bits = 256 Active ( ECDSAP256SHA256 )
>CSK DNSKEY = myzone.com. IN DNSKEY 257 3 13 wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww== ; ( ECDSAP256SHA256 )
>DS = myzone.com. IN DS 58353 13 1 xxxxxxxxxxxxx ; ( SHA1 digest )
>DS = myzone.com. IN DS 58353 13 2 yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ; ( SHA256 digest )
>DS = myzone.com. IN DS 58353 13 4 zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ; ( SHA-384 digest )
Should i copy/paste the key DNSKEY (ECDSAP256SHA256) or one of the three DS (SHA1 digest, SHA256 digest, SHA-384 digest) ?
Thanks for the help.
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