dns-cli

Unix command line utilities using uDNS
Description

'oupdate' sends a DNS update frome to a DNS server that sets 'hostname A ip'. For authentication via TSIG, a hmac secret needs to be provided.

'ocertify' updates DNS with a certificate signing request, and polls a matching certificate. Best used with an letsencrypt unikernel.

Install
Published
25 Oct 2022
Authors
Maintainers
Sources
dns-6.4.0.tbz
sha256=00472d566bbfd66da13642eab5fade12fde56b20dd7ac5c50415b88d052d6175 sha512=0ddeee4a155852c7ffa619de603e54dabe9ec315b79e4a1cb22a13884f9d3893458f1fa3c7b97f2eda60b29f1bfa401e53d531d8ded1089dcd8497ffa3ad1afb
Dependencies
alcotest with-test
lwt >= "4.0.0"
ipaddr >= "4.0.0"
fmt >= "0.8.8"
logs >= "0.6.3"
mtime >= "1.2.0"
ptime >= "0.8.5"
hex >= "1.4.0"
mirage-crypto >= "0.8.0"
x509 >= "0.13.0"
fpath >= "0.7.2"
cmdliner >= "1.1.0"
bos >= "0.2.0"
dns-certify = version
dns-server = version
dns-client = version
dns-tsig = version
dnssec = version
dns = version
cstruct >= "6.0.0"
ocaml >= "4.08.0"
dune >= "1.2.0"
Reverse Dependencies