hosting.de

Configuration

To use this provider, add an entry to creds.json with TYPE set to HOSTINGDE along with your authToken and optionally an ownerAccountId.
Example:
creds.json
{
"hosting.de": {
"TYPE": "HOSTINGDE",
"authToken": "YOUR_API_KEY"
}
}

Usage

An example configuration:
dnsconfig.js
var REG_HOSTINGDE = NewRegistrar("hosting.de");
var DSP_HOSTINGDE = NewDnsProvider("hosting.de");
​
D("example.tld", REG_HOSTINGDE, DnsProvider(DSP_HOSTINGDE),
A("test", "1.2.3.4")
);

Using this provider with http.net and others

http.net and other DNS service providers use an API that is compatible with hosting.de's API. Using them requires setting the baseURL and (optionally) overriding the default nameservers.

Example http.net configuration

An example creds.json configuration:
creds.json
{
"http.net": {
"TYPE": "HOSTINGDE",
"authToken": "YOUR_API_KEY",
"baseURL": "https://partner.http.net"
}
}
An example configuration:
dnsconfig.js
var REG_HTTPNET = NewRegistrar("http.net");
​
var DSP_HTTPNET = NewDnsProvider("http.net", {
"default_ns": [
"ns1.routing.net.",
"ns2.routing.net.",
"ns3.routing.net.",
],
});
Why this works
hosting.de has the concept of nameserver sets but this provider does not implement it. The HOSTINGDE provider ignores the default nameserver set defined in your account to avoid unintentional changes and consolidate the full configuration in DNSControl. Instead, it uses hosting.de's nameservers (ns1.hosting.de., ns2.hosting.de., and ns3.hosting.de.) by default, regardless of your account settings. Using the default_ns metadata, the default nameserver set can be overwritten.