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Project Description

Sync DNS records stored in a flat file format to your DNS provider. Cloudflare support currently provided.

Installation

$ pip install namesync

Quick Guide

Create a file with the name of your domain:

$ touch example.com

Or, if you have existing records, you can export them:

$ namesync --get example.com

Enter one record per line with the following format:

<record-type> <name> <value> <ttl:optional>

For example:

A       *       10.10.10.10         # You can even use comments
A       .       10.10.10.10         # . references the domain itself, example.com
A       test    10.10.10.11
A       example 10.10.10.12 86400
CNAME   mail    ghs.googlehosted.com
MX      .       aspmx.l.google.com

MX records allow you to specify a priority:

MX <name> <value> <priority:optional> <ttl:optional>

Like this:

MX      .       alt1.aspmx.l.google.com 20
MX      .       aspmx3.googlemail.com 30 86400

If the value contains spaces, quote it:

TXT     .       "v=spf1 a include:amazonses.com include:_spf.google.com ~all"

Then sync your records:

$ namesync example.com

You will be given a chance to review your changes before they are synced:

The following changes will be made:
ADD    A     *       10.10.10.10
ADD    A     example 10.10.10.12 86400
ADD    A     test    10.10.10.11
ADD    CNAME mail    ghs.googlehosted.com
ADD    MX    .       aspmx.l.google.com
UPDATE A     .       10.10.10.10
REMOVE A     old     10.10.10.13
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Usage

usage: namesync [-h] [-g] [-z ZONE] [-y] [-d DATA_DIR] [-t] RECORDS

positional arguments:
  RECORDS               file containing DNS records, one per line. The zone is
                        derived from the basename of this file. For example,
                        if "dns/example.com" is used then the zone is assumed
                        to be "example.com" unless the --zone option is used

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -g, --get             save existing DNS records to RECORDS
  -z ZONE, --zone ZONE  specify the zone instead of using the RECORDS filename
  -y, --yes             sync records without prompting before making changes
  -d DATA_DIR, --data-dir DATA_DIR
                        the directory where namesync.conf and other cache data
                        is stored. [default: ~/.namesync]
  -t, --dry-run         print actions and exit without making any changes
Release History

Release History

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