i tried to move from my current dns provider. In my records i have some hostname with @ what complies to rfc1035 rfc1035
@ A free standing @ is used to denote the current origin.
How could i add those hostnames, should i use * or what could i use to achieve that?
Thanks for your message, and welcome to deSEC!
@ corresponds to the empty subdomain (= it is for records which apply to the domain name itself). You can simply leave the subname field empty.
(There’s some context in the API docs.)
Thanks for the quick response
i migrated successfully. But i got some errors several tests.
main problem on those tests is that ns1.desec. io does not respond
I am unable to reproduce the problem from several other vantage points, and all our frontend nodes are up and running, and I succeeded in connecting each of them individually. As a result, it appears that there is a routing issue between these services and
To debug the routing problem, I contacted the Zonemaster admin and asked for some routing logs as seen from their perspective. I’ll keep you posted on the progress.
There was a routing issue in the US that caused these problems. As the services you were using seem US-based, those were affected by the problem.
Sorry it took quite a while to fix! Meanwhile,
ns1.desec.io was available from other regions of the world, and
ns2.desec.org was available globally throughout. Apart from a bit of extra latency seen in certain US locations, there was no other service degradation or disruption.
Thanks for reporting it!
now it looks good, very nice.
I wish i could say other services would give such an effort on problems.