On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 12:32:30PM -0700, Daniel Miller wrote:
> Obviously I'm doing something wrong - just have no clue what. More
> so than usual.
> Previously I've been using the PowerAdmin web GUI. Worked great -
> but seems like it's lacking recent development. And I couldn't get
> my SRV record to be accepted.
> So I've started using PowerDNS-Admin. Which also seems great.
> But...it does not (at least for me at this time) appear to include
> support for creating SRV records.
> I'm currently using a MySQL backend. So I tried poking a record in
> directly - which didn't do well.
> Finally, thought I'd go right to the horse's...ear? pdnsutil
> add-record. And...I get the very informative message "missing field
> at the end of record content".
> Since I freely admit I'm clueless on the correct format of the SRV
> records (I'm simply trying to setup my LAN to hopefully be a little
> more self-administrating) - I could use some guidance. I've never
> seen a "full" example, particularly using pdnsutil, which would help
> tremendously. My intent:
> I have a zone "mydomain.lan". I have successfully created:
> b._dns-sd._udp as a PTR, with value "mydomain.lan".
> lb._dns-sd as a PTR, with value "mydomain.lan"
> But now I am attempting:
> pdnsutil add-record mydomain.lan
> HP_Officejet_Pro_X576dw_MFP._tcp.mydomain.lan srv 0 0 631
> Error: Parsing record content (try 'pdnsutil check-zone'): missing
> field at the end of record content '0'
> What perfectly obvious blunder am I making?
Try pdnsutil add-record mydomain.lan
HP_Officejet_Pro_X576dw_MFP._tcp.mydomain.lan srv 0 "0 631 server.mydomain.lan"
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