SoftDux

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this is exactly what I'm looking for.

I'm not sure what you want todo with it, but my needs are simple, to update the DNS records for a certain dynamic domain, which I have setup on dyndns.org. My broadband router only supports www.dyndns.org, and I would like to host a temp server @ home, but access it from one of my subdomains.
 

P1800

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Hello.

i am looking also for a php script to edit DNS zones, but where can i find it?

thanks for any help.

P1800 :)
 

rjf1505

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http://nixbit.com/cat/internet/dns/phpdnsadmin/

OP doesn't make much sense, nor does it specify if you want it to be integrated into cpanel.. But the above script should do what you need,
Hi,

I have had problems getting this script working.

See also my post http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=65722 on getting SMBIND working. The problem i have is that it can work on cpanel machines if the group named has write access to the zone databases.

When changing the permissions from read to write cpanel resets them back to read after cpanel it self does a modification to the dnsserver like adding a zone.

My question is if this resetting can be stopped and what kind of script does the resetting of permissions.

Thx
Robert-Jan
 

MACscr

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I know this is an old post, but the title is still relevant. Did anyone ever figure out a way to do this? I havent seen anything in the cpanel api for editing dns zones. I basically want to be able to create a script for updating A records for dyndns purposes.
 

amaltemara

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me 2

I also would like this script... It would be good to be able to integrate it into cpanel as well, so that my clients can set their domain as dynamically updatable, and specify / get a secret key to use on their end to authenticate them...
 

rrwh

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You are looking in the wrong place....

The solution to this problem is trivial - use nsupdate and write a simple php interface to do the task using exec or passthru

a few lines of php and a few lines of config.

None of this is a cpanel issue at all.