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While googling around for a better solution, a friend on IRC pointing me to a utility that has been around since BIND 8: nsupdate.

nsupdate is a fantastic little utility that enable quick and secure DNS zone updates.

Network address translation is a primary reason that IPv4 addressing has survived and is still in use today.

The creation of NAT along with private IPv4 address ranges like to, to 1.255, and to has allowed for the conservation of publicly routable IPv4 addresses.

Setup is quick and painless, and use is fairly intuitive for anyone remotely familiar with DNS, and skilled enough to admin their own Linux system. This key is created by running the dnssec-keygen utility.

For single users generating a key, you provide your email address and hash algorithm details as input, and dnssec-keygen generates two keys, a public key and a private key. The filename with the ".key" suffix is the public key, and the file with ".private" suffix is, you guessed it, the private key.

The send line directs nsupdate to send flush all updates listed in the file to the nameserver.

Anyone familiar with scripting should be able to hook this into their DHCP client, to provide automatic DNS updates directly to the DNS server.

For this specific case, HMAC-MD5, the public and private keys are the same. The contents of the public key (you give this to your DNS administrator) looks like (again, the public and private keys are the same for HMAC-MD5) Store the private key in a secure location.

If you are also the DNS server adminstrator, configure your server with the public key.

This allows the sending computer’s message to appear as if it is coming from another computer’s address.

When you masquerade the origin of a computer’s IPv4 address on a network it is known as a NAT firewall.