- SEE ALSO
Net::DRI::Data::Hosts - Handle ordered list of nameservers (name, IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses) for Net::DRI
use Net::DRI::Data::Hosts; my $dh=Net::DRI::Data::Hosts->new(); $dh->add('ns.example.foo',['18.104.22.168','22.214.171.124']); $dh->add('ns2.example.foo',['10.1.1.1']); ## Third element can be an array ref of IPv6 addresses ## ->add() returns the object itself, and thus can be chained ## Number of nameservers print $dh->count(); ## Gives 2 ## List of names, either all without arguments, or the amount given by the argument my @a=$dh->get_names(2); ## Gives ('ns.example.foo','ns2.example.foo') ## Details for the nth nameserver (the list starts at 1 !) my @d=$dh->get_details(2); ## Gives ('ns2.example.foo',['10.1.1.1']) ## Details by name is possible also my @d=$dh->get_details('ns2.example.foo');
Order of nameservers is preserved. Order of IP addresses is preserved, but no duplicate IP is allowed.
If you try to add a nameserver that is already in the list, the IP addresses provided will be added to the existing IP addresses (without duplicates)
Hostnames are verified before being used with Net::DRI::Util::is_hostname().
IP addresses are verified with Net::DRI::Util::is_ipv4() and Net::DRI::Util::is_ipv6().
creates a new instance ; if parameters are given, add() is called with them all at once
creates a new instance ; if parameters are given, add() is called once for each parameter
clears the current list of nameservers
clears the current list of nameservers, and call add() once for each parameter passed
adds a new nameserver with the given name and lists of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
name of this object (for example for registries having the notion of host groups) ; this has nothing to do with the name(s) of the nameservers inside this object
local id of this object
returns a list of nameservers' names included in this object ; if limit is provided we return only the number of names asked
returns the number of nameservers currently stored in this object
returns 0 if this object has nameservers, 1 otherwise
given an integer (position in the list, we start to count at 1) or a name, we return all details as a 3 element array in list context or only the first element (the name) in scalar context for the nameserver stored at the given position or with the given name ; returns undef if nothing found at the position/with the name given.
For now, support questions should be sent to:
Please also see the SUPPORT file in the distribution.
Patrick Mevzek, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2005-2009,2013-2014 Patrick Mevzek <email@example.com>. All rights reserved.
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