Creator Owned GSS-TSIG Record permission import file - Adaptive Applications - BlueCat Gateway - 23.2.3

BlueCat Distributed DDNS Administration Guide

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BlueCat Gateway

The following describes how to create a CSV (Comma-Separated Value) spreadsheet file that contains Creator Owned GSS-TSIG Record permissions. You can then import this file into the Service Node (in the DNS Zone tab's Permissions section) to add those permissions to the Distributed DDNS system.

Note: While you can create the CSV file using a text editor, it is far simpler to use a spreadsheet application that can export data as CSV files, such as Microsoft Excel.
The CSV file must have the following columns, in this order:
  • zone_name: The name of the zone in which the resource record resides.

  • rr_name: The name of the resource record.

  • ttl: The TTL value of the resource record.

  • rr_type: The resource record type. This must be one of the following resource record types:
  • rr_data: The resource record data. The format for rr_data depends on the type of resource record:

    • A records: IPv4 address

    • AAAA records: IPv6 address

    • SRV records: SRV record details, separated by spaces:
      <priority> <weight> <port> <target>
    • CNAME records: a canonical name

  • client_name: The name of the client.

  • client_domain: The domain of the client.

For example, a valid CSV file might look like this:
zone_name,rr_name,ttl,rr_type,rr_data,client_name,client_domain,rr1,1000,A,,client1,,rr2,1000,AAAA,2404:6800:4003:c03::8b,client2,,rr3,1000,SRV,1 50 88 srv-target,client3,,rr4,1000,CNAME,cname_data,client4,

After you create the CSV file, you can import it into the DNS Zone tab's Permissions list. For more details, see the Creator Owned GSS TSIG Record permission section on the Details of DNS Zone Permission types.