ndns-update should allow sending updates using a pre-created Data (=RR set) packet
Updated by Alex Afanasyev about 6 years ago
Please provide an example. I don't see these options as part of usage or in ndns-update source code
Usage: ndns-update zone rrLabel [-t rrType] [-T TTL] [-H hint] [-n NdnsType] [-c cert] [-f contentFile]|[-o content] Allowed options: Generic Options: -h [ --help ] print help message Configuration: -H [ --hint ] arg forwarding hint -T [ --ttl ] arg TTL of query. default: 4 sec -t [ --rrtype ] arg set request RR Type. default: TXT -n [ --ndnsType ] arg Set the ndnsType of the resource record. Potential values are [resp|nack|auth|raw]. Default: resp -c [ --cert ] arg set the name of certificate to sign the update -o [ --content ] arg set the content of the RR -f [ --contentFile ] arg set the path of file which contain content of the RR in base64 format
-f options will set app content of the Data packets, but the data packet seem to be always created by
ndns-update. What I'm suggesting is to allow sending just an interest, putting the supplied data packet directly into the name.