Service Providers

Name Identifier
ActiveDirectory_PS ACTIVEDIRECTORY_PS
BIND BIND
Cloudflare CLOUDFLAREAPI
DigitalOcean DIGITALOCEAN
DNSimple DNSIMPLE
Gandi GANDI
Google Cloud DNS GCLOUD
Linode LINODE
Name.com NAMEDOTCOM
Namecheap Provider NAMECHEAP
NS1 NS1
Ovh OVH
Route 53 ROUTE53
SoftLayer DNS SOFTLAYER
Vultr VULTR

Provider Features

The table below shows various features supported, or not supported by DNSControl providers. Underlined items have tooltips for more detailed explanation. This table is automatically generated from metadata supplied by the provider when they register themselves inside dnscontrol.

An empty space may indicate the feature is not supported by a provider, or it may simply mean the feature has not been investigated and implemented yet. If a feature you need is missing from a provider that supports it, we'd love your contribution to ensure it works correctly and add it to this matrix.

If a feature is definitively not supported for whatever reason, we would also like a PR to clarify why it is not supported, and fill in this entire matrix.



ACTIVEDIRECTORY_PS
BIND
CLOUDFLAREAPI
DIGITALOCEAN
DNSIMPLE
GANDI
GCLOUD
LINODE
NAMECHEAP
NAMEDOTCOM
NS1
OVH
ROUTE53
SOFTLAYER
VULTR
Official Support
Registrar
DNS Provider
ALIAS
SRV
PTR
CAA
TLSA
dual host
create-domains
no_purge

Providers with “official support”

Official support means:

Providers with “contributor support”

The other providers are supported by community members, usually the original contributor.

Due to the large number of DNS providers in the world, the DNSControl team can not support and test all providers. Test frameworks are provided to help community members support their code independently.

Maintainers of contributed providers:

Requested providers

We have received requests for the following providers. If you would like to contribute code to support this provider, please re-open the issue. We’d be glad to help in any way.

In progress providers

These requests have open issues, which indicates somebody is actively working on it. Feel free to follow the issue, or pitch in if you think you can help.

Providers with open PRs

These providers have an open pr with (potentially) working code. They may be ready to merge, or may have blockers. See issue and pr for details.