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Support for provider: FreeDNS #1950

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han-jingyu opened this issue Jul 10, 2023 · 2 comments
4 of 5 tasks

Support for provider: FreeDNS #1950

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


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  • 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?


Link to the DNS provider

Link to the API documentation

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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


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.

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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. may be of interest if you want to make the same sort of adjustment.

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