We need a painless way to update linux systems with the dynamic internal and external IPs of systems. We'd like to use the Azure DNS service. The painless Linux way is using nsupdate.
Please support allowing us to update entries within our DNS managed domain.
For security either allow us to upload a public key for use with nuspdate, or generate a key pair and let us download the privay=te key.
Thank you for the feedback.
For internal networks, the Azure-provided DNS service already supports dynamic DNS update. However, this service does not enable you to specify your own DNS zone (that’s something we’re already tracking).
For the external networks, Azure DNS today only supports DNS updates via the Azure Resource Manager REST API (the Portal, PowerShell and CLI experiences sit on top of this API). We will consider whether dynamic DNS should also be supported, based on customer demand.
Hi, for internal networks, after VM deployed and got a DNS name, is there any way to update hostname or IP, e.g. to get a new IP for that hostname, or to get a new hostname for that IP? Thanks
Sure understand. Just know this is the sort of thing that drives traffic to other services.