Update route 53 dns records based on current IP address.
A tool for updating route53 addresses, simulating a dynamic DNS service by asking ipify.org and using boto3, it is meant to run via crontab on python3 enabled devices. It uses, dnspython, certifi, requests, and boto3.
Dyn53 is tested against python versions 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5.
pip3 install dyn53
Alternatively, download the package, decompress and run:
python setup.py install
Configure dyn53 by editing ~/.config/dyn53.conf, if the file is not present, a sample one will be created. Boto3 config is not required, nor used.
> dyn53 2016-07-25 14:22:58,212 - dyn53 - INFO - Creating sample config file: /home/user/.config/dyn53.conf.sample No config file found, exiting. > cat ~/.config/dyn53.conf.sample [dyn53] hosted_zone_id = My hosted Zone Id domain = domain.tld. ttl = 300 debug = False aws_sec_key = MY SECRET KEY aws_key = MY KEY > mv ~/.config/dyn53.conf.sample ~/.config/dyn53.conf > vi ~/.config/dyn53.conf > dyn53 -s myhost --debug 2016-07-26 00:42:31,646 - dyn53 - DEBUG - Got ip: 220.127.116.11 2016-07-26 00:42:31,707 - dyn53 - DEBUG - FQDN is already pointing at 18.104.22.168
- If no address is passed as argument ([-a address]), ipify.org service will be checked via https to resolve the current public IP address.
- dyn53 is lazy, if the domain is already pointing to the resolved or given address, it wont update the record.
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