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RE: dns management
Maybe another experience of solving DNS problem...

I have changed ispCP source code in the way that one can disable DNS for a domain (as a reseller, if reseller is authorised to change hosting plans).

Basically I have added a trigger tag in the database (and changed gui and scripts) which tells ispCP perl scripts to add or not to add the domain into named.conf.

I then used simbind to create custom entries for the domain with disabled DNS.
So now I have the ability to almost handcraft any ispCP domain zone file to the desired needs.

Sure, I have to use 2 separate GUIs, but at least I can manage my situations right now.

I am trying to get these changes to ispCP development team so they can decide if it is usefull or not.
07-15-2008 03:26 AM
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THen send it to them here at this website, http://www.isp-control.net/component/opt.../Itemid,3/
07-15-2008 03:54 AM
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Well, I can only see the two e-mail addresses I have already written a mail to.
No response.

Anything else for me to try?

Regards,
Antencek
07-15-2008 08:02 PM
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open a ticket in trac and attach the files in a tar, zip or somehing else.
07-15-2008 09:11 PM
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RE: dns management
antencek Wrote:Well, I can only see the two e-mail addresses I have already written a mail to.
No response.

Anything else for me to try?

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Antencek

Have you tryed Malte !

Or send the files to me, and I make sure that Malte get's it.
07-15-2008 09:55 PM
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RE: dns management
Hello again,

There is apparently now multiple approaches to get DNS management in ispcp, integration with smbind, there is blondak great patches and there is the pdns-admin integration.

So maybe the development team can give ideas/insight on how they see the best way people should be hacking ispcp to get this feature. i understand being DNS server independent (BIND, PowerDNS, maybe djbdns ?, others?) is desireable. integrating with other DNS management softwares is one way to go, and having ispcp maintaining its own DNS management tool is another (blondak patches). or maybe both (somehow)?

The thing with blondak pathches (which i havent tried) is that they are not compatable with pdns structure, but again, is it only powerdns that is planned to be supported in addition to BIND? is maintaing the DNS management tool an overhead ? and thus integrating existing tools is the way to go ?

Please enlighten us Smile
08-03-2008 10:12 PM
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RE: dns management
Hi!

Is the idea of disabling DNS and mail services for a domain alive?
If not, what can I do to make it alive?

I'm still stuck at 1.0.0. RC6 for which I've made patches to enable/disable DNS and mail services for a domain through ispCP GUI, but now I see nothing of this has been passed to 1.0.3.

I can see this is a part of wishlist on wiki.

Anyone?
11-04-2009 09:49 AM
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