1. 07 Mar, 2012 1 commit
  2. 28 Oct, 2011 1 commit
    • Evan Hunt's avatar
      3185. [func] New 'rndc signing' option for auto-dnssec zones: · 9c03f13e
      Evan Hunt authored
      			 - 'rndc signing -list' displays the current
      			   state of signing operations
      			 - 'rndc signing -clear' clears the signing state
      		  	   records for keys that have fully signed the zone
      			 - 'rndc signing -nsec3param' sets the NSEC3
      			   parameters for the zone
      			The 'rndc keydone' syntax is removed. [RT #23729]
  3. 10 Jun, 2011 1 commit
    • Evan Hunt's avatar
      3128. [func] Inserting an NSEC3PARAM via dynamic update in an · 79ce3a9e
      Evan Hunt authored
      			auto-dnssec zone that has not been signed yet
      			will cause it to be signed with the specified NSEC3
      			parameters when keys are activated.  The
      			NSEC3PARAM record will not appear in the zone until
      			it is signed, but the parameters will be stored.
      			[RT #23684]
  4. 15 Feb, 2011 2 commits
  5. 09 Oct, 2009 2 commits
    • Automatic Updater's avatar
      update copyright notice · 8a07de2f
      Automatic Updater authored
    • Mark Andrews's avatar
      2708. [func] Insecure to secure and NSEC3 parameter changes via · d1bcaec0
      Mark Andrews authored
                              update are now fully supported and no longer require
                              defines to enable.  We now no longer overload the
                              NSEC3PARAM flag field, nor the NSEC OPT bit at the
                              apex.  Secure to insecure changes are controlled by
                              by the named.conf option 'secure-to-insecure'.
                              Warning: If you had previously enabled support by
                              adding defines at compile time to BIND 9.6 you should
                              ensure that all changes that are in progress have
                              completed prior to upgrading to BIND 9.7.  BIND 9.7
                              is not backwards compatible.