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Table: oci_dns_tsig_key

TSIG (Transaction Signature), also referred to as Secret Key Transaction Authentication, ensures that DNS packets originate from an authorized sender by using shared secret keys and one-way hashing to add a cryptographic signature to the DNS packets. TSIG keys are used to enable DNS to authenticate updates to secondary zones. TSIG keys provide an added layer of security for IXFR and AXFR transactions.

Examples

Basic info

select
id,
name,
lifecycle_state,
time_created
from
oci_dns_tsig_key;

List TSIG keys which are not active

select
name,
id,
lifecycle_state
from
oci_dns_tsig_key
where
lifecycle_state <> 'ACTIVE';

.inspect oci_dns_tsig_key

OCI DNS TSIG Key

NameTypeDescription
algorithmtextTSIG key algorithms are encoded as domain names, but most consist of only one non-empty label, which is not required to be explicitly absolute.
compartment_idtextThe OCID of the compartment in Tenant in which the resource is located.
defined_tagsjsonbDefined tags for resource. Defined tags are set up in your tenancy by an administrator. Only users granted permission to work with the defined tags can apply them to resources.
freeform_tagsjsonbFree-form tags for resource. This tags can be applied by any user with permissions on the resource.
idtextThe OCID of the resource.
lifecycle_statetextThe current state of the resource.
nametextA globally unique domain name identifying the key for a given pair of hosts.
regiontextThe OCI region in which the resource is located.
secrettextA base64 string encoding the binary shared secret.
selftextThe canonical absolute URL of the resource.
tagsjsonbA map of tags for the resource.
tenant_idtextThe OCID of the Tenant in which the resource is located.
time_createdtimestamp without time zoneThe date and time the resource was created.
time_updatedtimestamp without time zoneThe date and time the resource was last updated.
titletextTitle of the resource.