Attention: The deleteDeviceInstance method is deprecated and will be removed after two subsequent major releases. This is due to the introduction of more efficient and stable API methods.
BlueCat recommends updating an existing zone using the update API method with the dynamicUpdate property to automatically deploy host record changes to the associated primary DNS/DHCP Server. Once configured, you can use the delete method to remove the host record. The removed host record will then be automatically deployed to that zone.
Delete either the IP address or MAC address (and all related DNS entries including host records, PTR records, or DHCP reserved addresses) on both the Address Manager and DNS/DHCP Server based on the IPv4 address or a MAC address supplied.
Note: Address Manager adds the DNS host record directly to the DNS/DHCP Server so that the individual host record is made live instantly. This is done through the Address Manager to DNS/DHCP Server communication service (Command Server) and does NOT require a standard Address Manager deployment.
API method: DELETE /v1/deleteDeviceInstance