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Creating CNAME with DNSCMD

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Really simple,

I need to create a CNAME within DNSCMD.

It's got to delete the old record and then create the new record. Any idea how or does someone have a decent guide?

Thanks

Alex
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Zephyr ICT earned 2000 total points
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Delete a record:

dnscmd dns-server-name /recorddelete yourdns.com dnsnameclient CNAME

Add a record:

dnscmd dns-server-name /recordadd yourdns.com CNAME cnameclient.yourdns.com

dns-server-name= your dns server name
yourdns.com = your root dns server Zone Name and Node Name
dnsnameclient = name of the record you want to delete
cnameclient.yourdns.com = FQDN CNAME of new record

That should be it I think ... Been a while ...

Guides: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772069.aspx
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by:Alex Green
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Hi mate

Just figured it out

dnscmd GB1*****4 /recorddelete ad.*****.de ICA
dnscmd GB1*****4 /recordadd ad.*****.de ICAtest CNAME GB1*****30.ad.*****.de.

that worked fine :D

Thanks though
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