DNS Zone Resource

DNS (Domain Name System), in short, is a decentralized naming system for computers, services, or other resources connected to the internet or a private network. It is what allows the translation of a URL, such as http://example.com, to an IP address.

For more information on DNS, see the main docs.

Attributes
  • id
    string

    The ID of the Zone.

  • hub_id
    string

    The ID of the Hub associated with this zone.

  • creator
    object
    includable

    A creator object. Describes who created the resource.

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  • origin
    string

    The origin of the Zone.

  • hosted
    bool

    If the zone is hosted this will be true. If the zone is not hosted it will be false.

  • creator
    object

    The creator scope is embedded in resource objects to describe who created them.

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  • state
    object

    Information regarding the current state of the dns.

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  • events
    object

    A collection of timestamps for each event in the dns's lifetime.

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Example DNS Zone
{
"id": "5a14de0a78ecdb000128b9ec",
"hub_id": "6e43de0a78ecdb000129b8ec",
"origin": "domain.com",
"hosted": true,
"creator": {
"type": "account",
"id": "6e43de0a78ecdb000129b8ec"
},
"state": {
"changed": "2019-05-27T22:09:50.393Z",
"current": "live"
},
"events": {
"last_verification": "2019-05-27T22:09:50.375Z",
"verified": "2019-05-27T22:09:50.375Z",
"created": "2019-05-27T22:09:50.375Z",
"updated": "0001-01-01T00:00:00Z",
"deleted": "0001-01-01T00:00:00Z"
}
}