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Updating dns pointers
One of the most useful features of AWS is the ability to do pretty much everything from the provided CLI tools.
Assumptions: You have installed and configured the AWS cli tools & the credentials you are using have the permissions necessary to make updates.
If you need any pointers with this you can find AWS’s documentation here.
When you push a DNS update to Route53 you need to pass in the ID of the hosted zone (a hosted zone normally being the domain name you wish to update).
This command will list all of the zones / domains currently hosted under your account: “Id”: “/hostedzone/Z1W9BXXXXXXXLB” is the bit you’re looking for with everthing after ‘/hostedzone/’ being the ID (in this instance Z1W9BXXXXXXXLB).
The changes are requested by building out a JSON file which is then sent to AWS.
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The format of this file varies a little based on the type of record you wish to update (details of this can be found here).
In this instance i’m updating the A record homerouter.with a new IP address.
Create a file (i’ve called it: change-resource-record-sets.json) and insert the below.
The update is then pushed to AWS with the following command, where ‘change-resource-record-sets.json’ is the name of the JSON file you saved above and ‘–hosted-zone-id’ is the ID you found in step one: A JSON responce will be returned (making it easy to script the interaction) and should look something like the below.
In theory it might take a short while for the update to take effect but in my experience it seems to be pretty much instant.