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ldns-walk(1)						      General Commands Manual						      ldns-walk(1)

ldns-walk - Retrieve the contents of a DNSSEC signed zone SYNOPSIS
ldns-walk is used to retrieve the contents of a DNSSEC signed zone. It does this through NSEC-walking (following the chain of NSEC records) and 'guessing' the next non-existent owner name for each NSEC. Note that it might get stuck on some wildcard records when used through a caching forwarder. This problem can be circumvented by querying the authoritative nameserver directly (with the @ argument). Of course the nameserver that is used must be DNSSEC-aware. OPTIONS
-f Do a 'full' zone walk; by default, ldns-walk will only show the names, and types present at those names. If this option is given, all resource records will be printed. -s name Start the walk with this owner name. Useful when continuing the walk for a large zone. @ nameserver Send the queries to this nameserver. BUGS
The full zone walk function is not complete yet, it does not correctly print delegation records AUTHOR
Written by Jelte Jansen as an example for ldns usage. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to <>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2005 NLnet Labs. This is free software. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR- POSE. 21 Nov 2005 ldns-walk(1)

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ldns-verifyzone(1)					      General Commands Manual						ldns-verifyzone(1)

ldns-verify-zone - read a DNSSEC signed zone and verify it. SYNOPSIS
ldns-verify-zone reads a DNS zone file and verifies it. RRSIG resource records are checked against the DNSKEY set at the zone apex. Each name is checked for an NSEC(3), if appropriate. OPTIONS
-h Show usage and exit -a Apex only, check only the zone apex -e period Signatures may not expire within this period. Default no period is used. -i period Signatures must have been valid at least this long. Default signatures should just be valid now. -k file A file that contains a trusted DNSKEY or DS rr. This option may be given more than once. -p [0-100] Only check this percentage of the zone. Which names to check is determined randomly. Defaults to 100. -S Chase signature(s) to a known key. The network may be accessed to validate the zone's DNSKEYs. (implies -k) -t YYYYMMDDhhmmss | [+|-]offset Set the validation time either by an absolute time value or as an offset in seconds from the current time. -v Show the version and exit -V number Set the verbosity level (default 3): 0: Be silent 1: Print result, and any errors 2: Same as 1 for now 3: Print result, any errors, and the names that are being checked 4: Same as 3 for now 5: Print the zone after it has been read, the result, any errors, and the names that are being checked periods are given in ISO 8601 duration format: P[n]Y[n]M[n]DT[n]H[n]M[n]S If no file is given standard input is read. AUTHOR
Written by the ldns team as an example for ldns usage. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to <>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2008 NLnet Labs. This is free software. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR- POSE. 27 May 2008 ldns-verifyzone(1)
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