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Support for provider: FreeDNS #1950

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han-jingyu opened this issue Jul 10, 2023 · 2 comments
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Support for provider: FreeDNS #1950

han-jingyu opened this issue Jul 10, 2023 · 2 comments

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@han-jingyu
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Welcome

  • Yes, I've searched similar issues on GitHub and didn't find any.
  • Yes, the DNS provider exposes a public API.
  • Yes, I know that the lego maintainers don't have an account in all DNS providers in the world.
  • Yes, I'm able to create a pull request and be able to maintain the implementation.
  • Yes, I'm able to test an implementation if someone creates a pull request to add the support of this DNS provider.

How do you use lego?

Binary

Link to the DNS provider

https://freedns.afraid.org/

Link to the API documentation

https://freedns.afraid.org/faq/

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@ldez ldez changed the title Support for provider: Support for provider: FreeDNS Jul 10, 2023
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ldez commented Jul 12, 2023

Hello,

FreeDNS doesn't have a real API: it's just HTML page scrapping.

If you are a customer of FreeDNS, you have to ask for a real API.

@jsumners
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For what it's worth, I met the same situation and moved my DNS management over to my registrar, Gandi, which does provide an API. https://github.com/jsumners/gandi-dyndns may be of interest if you want to make the same sort of adjustment.

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