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PDNS 4 with Rest Interface
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PowerDNS Authoritative server and Poweradmin


Just use this command to start the container. PowerDNS will listen on port 53/tcp, 53/udp and 8080/tcp.

docker run --name pdns-master --link mysql:db -d -p 53:53/udp -p 53:53 -p 8080:80 argosy/pdns-server

Login: admin / admin


These options can be set:

PDNS_ALLOW_AXFR_IPS: restrict zonetransfers to originate from these IP addresses. Enter your slave IPs here. (Default: "", Possible Values: "IPs comma seperated")
PDNS_MASTER: act as master (Default: "yes", Possible Values: "yes, no")
PDNS_SLAVE: act as slave (Default: "no", Possible Values: "yes, no")
PDNS_CACHE_TTL: Seconds to store packets in the PacketCache (Default: "20", Possible Values: "")
PDNS_DISTRIBUTOR_THREADS: Default number of Distributor (backend) threads to start (Default: "3", Possible Values: "")
PDNS_RECURSIVE_CACHE_TTL: Seconds to store packets in the PacketCache (Default: "10", Possible Values: "")
PDNS_RECURSOR: If recursion is desired, IP address of a recursing nameserver (Default: "no", Possible Values: "yes, no")
PDNS_ALLOW_RECURSION: List of subnets that are allowed to recurse (Default: "", Possible Values: "")
POWERADMIN_HOSTMASTER: default hostmaster (Default: "", Possible Values: "")
POWERADMIN_NS1: default Nameserver 1 (Default: "", Possible Values: "")
POWERADMIN_NS2: default Nameserver 2 (Default: "", Possible Values: "")

RFC2136 Add TSIG to you Database

insert into tsigkeys (name, algorithm, secret) values ('Name', 'hmac-md5', 'Password');

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