name server zone list
kcd at chrysler.com
Fri Apr 3 23:05:05 UTC 2009
I use PTR instead of TXT records for this, since PTRs can benefit from
John Wobus wrote:
> Besides all the methods discussed, you could invent your own zone that
> has this data in a format
> of your choosing., e.g.
> example.com.myzones.example.com TXT "example.com"
> example2.com.myzones.example.com TXT "example2.com"
> dig @nameserver axfr myzones.example.com
> Your design creativity and your self-discipline in always adding a
> record for each zone are your only limitations.
> If you wish to get really fancy, you could script the rebuilding of
> your named.conf file to do so using data
> gathered with this dig command.
> On Apr 3, 2009, at 9:15 AM, Sandy Mackenzie wrote:
>> I want to be able to produce a simple list of the zones on my DNS
>> servers. Is there anyway to do this with dig or any other tool? I can
>> currently transfer a single zone with
>> dig @nameserver "zone" axfr
>> but I want to see all zones hosted on my DNS server.
>> Sandy Mackenzie
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