PowerDNSSEC Available For Testing!

Apr 22, 2010
Dear PowerDNS people,
On http://wiki.powerdns.com/trac/wiki/PDNSSEC you will find the newest
version of PowerDNS with DNSSEC support built in. This version is
tentatively called ‘PowerDNS Authoritative Server 3.0-pre’, to signify its
pre-release status, but also to make it clear that DNSSEC will be part of
the mainline PowerDNS.
The status of PowerDNSSEC is that it is interesting to look at, and
functional enough to experiment with. It is not suitable for production, nor
is PowerDNSSEC guaranteed to remain compatible with its current
configuration form.
However, the good news is that signing a DNSSEC zone is now as simple as
entering ‘pdnssec sign-zone powerdnssec.org’. Any changes to your zone are
automatically re-signed, there is no need to do anything by hand.
cautions on what will work and what does not work right now!
Kind regards,
Bert Hubert

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Bert Hubert

Bert Hubert

Principal, PowerDNS

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