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A CLI for OpenSRS reseller accounts

Project description

DISCLAIMER: This is extremely alpha/beta/not-production code at this point. I take no responsiblity for the use of this software to manage OpenSRS accounts.

This package provides a set of pyCLI applications for interfacing with an OpenSRS reseller account.

Installation

Install from pypi:

$ pip install opensrscli

Development

Install virtualenv and distribute if they aren’t already present:

$ pip install distribute virtualenv

Clone the project and initialize a development environment:

$ git clone git://github.com/shawnsi/opensrs-cli.git && cd opensrs-cli
$ virtualenv .
$ source /bin/activate

You can use distribute to install dependencies and setup entry points:

$ python setup.py develop

Configuration

Basic Auth

You must create a yaml file to provide OpenSRS authentication info at a minimum. This should match the user and private key information you setup in the OpenSRS reseller dashboard for API access.

Auth template:

username:
private_key:

Now provide the prefs.yaml file to opensrs commands with the -p or –preferences parameter. If no preferences file is specified opensrs-cli will look in $HOME/.opensrs/prefs.

Contact Sets

In order to perform and domain registration or transfers contact sets will need to be defined. Add them to prefs.yaml using the following template. A default contact can be provided and fields can be overriden for admin, owner, billing, or tech contacts.

Contact set template:

contact_set:
  default:
    first_name:
    last_name:
    org_name:
    address1:
    city:
    state:
    postal_code:
    country:
    phone:
    email:
  billing:
    last_name:
    email:
  tech:
    last_name:
    email:

Usage

This package installs scripts prefixed with opensrs.

Currently provided:

  • opensrs-balance

    Returns account balance

  • opensrs-check-transfer

    Returns transfer status of one or more domains

  • opensrs-transfer

    Transfers one or more domains according to contact sets described above

  • opensrs-get-nameservers

    Get the nameservers attached to one or more domains

  • opensrs-set-nameservers

    Sets default nameservers from user preferences file on one or more domains

  • opensrs-lock

    Lock one or more domains

  • opensrs-unlock

    Unlock one or more domains

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