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1 Infoblox CSV Import Reference NIOS 6.5 for Infoblox Core Network Services Appliances

2 Copyright Statements 2012, Infoblox Inc. All rights reserved. The contents of this document may not be copied or duplicated in any form, in whole or in part, without the prior written permission of Infoblox, Inc. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Infoblox, Inc. shall not be liable for any damages resulting from technical errors or omissions which may be present in this document, or from use of this document. This document is an unpublished work protected by the United States copyright laws and is proprietary to Infoblox, Inc. Disclosure, copying, reproduction, merger, translation, modification, enhancement, or use of this document by anyone other than authorized employees, authorized users, or licensees of Infoblox, Inc. without the prior written consent of Infoblox, Inc. is prohibited. For Open Source Copyright information, refer to the Infoblox Administrator Guide. Trademark Statements Infoblox, the Infoblox logo, Grid, NIOS, bloxtools, NetMRI and PortIQ are trademarks or registered trademarks of Infoblox Inc. All other trademarked names used herein are the properties of their respective owners and are used for identification purposes only. Company Information Infoblox is located at: 4750 Patrick Henry Drive Santa Clara, CA , USA Web: support.infoblox.com Phone: Toll Free: Outside North America: Fax: Product Information Hardware Models: Trinzic 800, 1400, 2200, and 4000 series; Infoblox-250-A, -550-A, A, A, A, A, -2000, A, -4010, and Document Number: Rev. A Document Updated: July 23, 2012 Warranty Information Your purchase includes a 90-day software warranty and a one year limited warranty on the Infoblox appliance, plus an Infoblox Warranty Support Plan and Technical Support. For more information about Infoblox Warranty information, refer to the Infoblox Web site, or contact Infoblox Technical Support.

3 Preface This preface describes the document conventions of this guide, and provides information about how to find additional product information, including accessing Infoblox Technical Support. It includes the following sections: Document Overview on page 4 Documentation Conventions on page 4 Related Documentation on page 4 Customer Care on page 5 User Accounts on page 5 Software Upgrades on page 5 Technical Support on page 5 NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 3

4 Preface Document Overview The CSV import reference provides general guidelines and file format information about CSV import. It was last updated on July 23, For updated documentation, visit our Support site at Documentation Conventions The text in this guide follows the following style conventions. Style bold data Usage Indicates examples of the field names. Signifies the data in a CSV file. Related Documentation Other Infoblox appliance documentation: Infoblox NIOS Administrator Guide Infoblox IBOS Administrator Guide Infoblox API Documentation Infoblox CSV Import Reference Infoblox Installation Guide for the Trinzic 800 Appliances Infoblox Installation Guide for the Trinzic 1400 Appliances Infoblox Installation Guide for the Trinzic 2200 Appliances Infoblox Installation Guide for the Infoblox-4010 Appliance Infoblox Installation Guide for the Infoblox-4030 Appliance Quick Start Guide for Installing vnios Software on Riverbed Services Platforms Quick Start Guide for Installing vnios Software on Cisco Application extension Platforms Infoblox Installation Guide for vnios Software on VMware Infoblox Installation Guide for vnios on Microsoft 2008 R2 for Hyper-V Quick Start Guide for Installing vibos Software on VMware Platforms Infoblox Safety Guide To provide feedback on any of the Infoblox technical documents, please 4 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

5 Customer Care Customer Care This section addresses user accounts, software upgrades, licenses and warranties, and technical support. User Accounts The Infoblox appliance ships with a default user name and password. Change the default admin account password immediately after the system is installed to safeguard its use. Make sure that the NIOS appliance has at least one administrator account with superuser privileges at all times, and keep a record of your account information in a safe place. If you lose the admin account password, and did not already create another superuser account, the system will need to be reset to factory defaults, causing you to lose all existing data on the NIOS appliance. You can create new administrator accounts, with or without superuser privileges. For more information, refer to the Infoblox Administrator Guide. Software Upgrades Software upgrades are available according to the Terms of Sale for your system. Infoblox notifies you when an upgrade is available. Register immediately with Infoblox Technical Support at to maximize your Technical Support. Technical Support Infoblox Technical Support provides assistance via the Web, , and telephone. The Infoblox Support web site at provides access to product documentation and release notes, but requires the user ID and password you receive when you register your product online at: NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 5

6 Preface 6 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

7 Chapter 1 CSV Import Reference This chapter provides general guidelines and file format information about each supported object type for CSV import. You must follow the format and syntax described in this section to ensure a successful data import. This appendix includes the following sections: Guidelines for CSV Import on page 8 General Guidelines on page 8 Data Specific Guidelines on page 8 CSV File Format on page 9 Supported Object Types on page 12 NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 7

8 CSV Import Reference Guidelines for CSV Import You can create a data file using a text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad, or an application that supports CSV file format, such as Microsoft Excel. General Guidelines Follow these rules to start a data file: Do not use UTF-8 characters in the CSV file name. Specify the version number in the first line of the data file. For example, enter version 1.0 in the first line. Use a new line to enter data for each row. Separate each data field with a supported separator, such as a comma, semicolon, space, or tab. Do not include blank lines in the data file names: Specify the field names in the second line. You can include multiple rows of field names as long as you define the fields before the data. The first column in the field name row must be defined as Header. The rest of the columns are field names of the data. Columns without a field name are ignored. If multiple field names are specified, the latest field names are used to import the data. Use the overwrite function, not the merge function, to overwrite existing data. When you use the merge function, the appliance does not overwrite existing data, even if the data file contains new data. When you import a small file, the appliance processes the import quickly. Under this circumstance, the appliance may generate an error message when you try to stop the import because the import is completed before you can stop it. When you stop an import, the appliance finishes importing the data row that it is currently processing before it stops the import. The error files of the last two imports are stored on the appliance. You can download these files using the API import_id method. For information, refer to the Infoblox API Documentation. When you use Microsoft Excel to create or view a data file, ensure that you review the settings of the file. Some data, such as dates, may show up in a different format depending on your settings. All operations triggered by a CSV import are recorded in the audit log. Data Specific Guidelines Follow these guidelines to enter data: The appliance uses double quotes ( ) as the escape characters in CSV import. If you want to include supported separators in a field, you must enclose the data in a pair of double quotes ( ). This applies to the field names and data. For example, if you want to use the field name ADMGRP-CSV,; Import, you must enter ADMGRP-CSV,; Import as the value. Otherwise, the import fails. When you enter , the imported data is , and when you enter \\, the imported data is \\. If you have an empty value in the last field, you must still include the separator at the end of the data row. Otherwise, the corresponding column and all its data are not imported, and the appliance generates an error. For each supported object type, you must include all the required fields in the data file. For information, see Supported Object Types on page 12. Note that all required fields are marked with an asterisk (*) in an exported file. Note: If you want to modify a required field XXX (for either the overwrite or merge function), you must add a corresponding field, _new_xxx, to include the new value. For example, fqdn is a required field in an A record. If you want to update this field, you must include a new field _new_fqdn and define the new value here. The appliance overwrites the existing data in the required field using the values you specify in the new field. 8 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

9 CSV File Format When you perform an overwrite function, you must define all boolean and data types in each supported object type in order for the appliance to overwrite existing data. You can perform a CSV import of an object even if it has been scheduled for addition, modification, or deletion. Inherited fields: The appliance uses the following conventions to override inherited fields: When a value is specified in a field, the appliance overrides the inherited value with the new value. When a value is set to or an empty value, the appliance does not override the inherited value. When a value is set to a string with a value of \<empty\>, the appliance overrides the inherited value with an empty value. Extensible attributes: A field name of EA-XXX indicates an extensible attribute, where XXX is the attribute name. The value of an extensible attribute can be a string, a list, an, an address, a URL, or a date in YYYY-MM-DD format. Note that extensible attributes do not support time zones. Following are some examples: EA-Site is a predefined string type for locations. It can have a value of Santa Clara. EA-User is a user defined list type for employee types. It can have a list of values, such as Local,Remote,Temp. Note that only one value can be specified when importing the extensible attribute. EA-Building is a predefined type for building numbers. It can have a value of 5. EA-TechPubs is a user defined address type. It can have a value of EA-IB is a user defined URL type. It can have a value of EA-Date is a user defined date type attribute. It can have a value of Admin permissions: A field name of ADMGRP-XXX indicates the admin permission of a specific admin group, where XXX is the name of the admin group. The value of an admin permission can be a string or a list of strings with subtypes. If there is a single value in the permission, use RW, RO, or DENY. If there is a subtype in the permission, use a list format, such as RW, ARecord/RO. DHCP options: A field name of OPTION-XXX-nn indicates a DHCP option, where XXX is the vendor name of the option and nn is the option number. If the option is of the DHCP vendor class, you can omit -XXX in the field name. For example, OPTION-1 implies vendor class = DHCP and option number = 1, and OPTION-CISCO-122 implies vendor class = CISCO and option number = 122. CSV File Format A CSV file is typically created and edited using a spreadsheet, though you can create a CSV file in a text editor using any supported separator. You can include more than one object type in a single CSV file when you add or modify data. For information, see Supported Object Types on page 12. You can also organize field names and data in a CSV file using different formats, as shown in the following examples. For additional information about how to create a CSV file, see Guidelines for CSV Import on page 8. You can create one CSV file to update data of multiple object types (Network and Host Record), as illustrated in CSV File Example 1. In this example, you define the field names you want to modify for the two object types in rows 1 and 2. You then include the corresponding data as shown in rows 3 to 6. NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 9

10 CSV Import Reference Table 1.1 CSV File Example 1 A B C D E 1 HEADER-NETWORK ADDRESS* NETMASK* EA-Gateway EA-Secondary Address 2 HEADER-HostRecord configure_for_dns* FQDN* ADDRESSES 3 NETWORK NETWORK HostRecord TRUE host1.dhcp.corp100.com HostRecord TRUE host2.dhcp.corp100.com In CSV File Example 1, the field name HEADER-NETWORK identifies the first row as a header row for the Network objects. The field names ADDRESS, NETMASK, EA-Gateway, and EA-Secondary Address (in rows B1 to E1) tell NIOS how to interpret a row of network data in the CSV file. Each row of data that begins with Network in column A is identified as a network data row. Therefore, NIOS interprets rows 3 and 4 as network data rows, in which column B contains the network addresses, column C contains the network masks, and columns D and E contain extensible attribute values for gateway and secondary address. Similarly, the field name HEADER-HostRecord identifies the second row as a header row for the Host Record objects. This header declaration tells NIOS that for each subsequent row of data that begins with HostRecord in column A, column B contains the FQDN of the host, and column C contains the host address. Therefore, NIOS interprets rows 5 and 6 as host record data rows that contain the FQDNs of the hosts in column B and the host addresses in column C. Alternatively, you can organize the information in CSV File Example 1 so that the data rows immediately follow the header rows, as shown in CSV File Example 2. Table 1.2 CSV File Example 2 A B C D E 1 HEADER-NETWORK ADDRESS* NETMASK* EA-Gateway EA-Secondary Address 2 NETWORK NETWORK HEADER-HostRecord configure_for_dns* FQDN* ADDRESSES 5 HostRecord TRUE host1.dhcp.corp100.com HostRecord TRUE host2.dhcp.corp100.com CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

11 CSV File Format You can also specify multiple header declarations for the same object type, as shown in CSV File Example 3. In this example, you specify the field names (in row 1) and data (in rows 2 and 3) to modify the extensible attributes (EA-Gateway and EA-Secondary Address) of two network addresses. You then specify the field names (in row 4) and data (in rows 5 and 6) to add new extensible attributes (EA-Gateway and EA-Host Range) of two other network addresses. Table 1.3 CSV File Example 3 A B C D E 1 HEADER-NETWORK ADDRESS* NETMASK* EA-Gateway EA-Secondary Address 2 NETWORK NETWORK HEADER-NETWORK ADDRESS* NETMASK* EA-Gateway EA-Host Range 5 NETWORK NETWORK The examples in this section are illustrated using tables that resemble spreadsheet layouts. However, all other examples in this appendix use the comma separated value text file format. For example, the following is the CSV file notation equivalent of CSV File Example 2 on page 10. HEADER-NETWORK,ADDRESS*,NETMASK*,EA-Gateway,EA-Secondary Address NETWORK, , , NETWORK, , , , HEADER-HostRecord,FQDN*,ADDRESSES HostRecord,host1.dhcp.corp100.com, HostRecord,host2.dhcp.corp100.com, NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 11

12 CSV Import Reference Supported Object Types This section describes the supported object types and their corresponding fields for CSV import and export. It also includes examples of how to create data files. Ensure that you review this information before you import or export a data file. Note: All inherited fields follow the override conventions described in Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Table 1.4 Supported DNS Object Types DNS Object Type s & Syntax Authoritative Zone Authoritative DNS Zone on page 13. A Record A Record on page 17 AAAA Record AAAA Record on page 18 CNAME Record CNAME Record on page 19 DNAME Record DNAME Record on page 20 MX Record MX Record on page 22 NAPTR Record NAPTR Record on page 23 NS Record NS Record on page 25 PTR Record PTR Record on page 26 SRV Record SRV Record on page 29 TXT Record TXT Record on page 27 Host Record Host Record on page 30 IPv4 Host Address IPv4 Host Address on page 32 IPv6 Host Address IPv6 Host Address on page 34 Rulesets NXDOMAIN and Blacklist Rulesets on page 36 NXDOMAIN Rule NXDOMAIN Rule on page 37 Blacklist Rule Blacklist Rule on page 37 DNS64 Synthesis Group DNS64 Synthesis Group on page 38 Table 1.5 Supported DHCP Object Types DHCP Object Type s & Syntax IPv4 Network IPv4 Network on page 39 IPv6 Network IPv6 Network on page 42 IPv4 Shared Network IPv4 Shared Network on page 44 IPv6 Shared Network IPv6 Shared Network on page 46 IPv4 DHCP Range IPv4 DHCP Range on page CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

13 Supported Object Types DHCP Object Type s & Syntax IPv6 DHCP Range IPv6 DHCP Range on page 52 IPv4 Fixed Address and Reservation IPv4 Fixed Address/Reservation on page 53 IPv6 Fixed Address IPv6 Fixed Address on page 56 DHCP MAC Filter DHCP MAC Filter on page 58 MAC Filter Address Item MAC Filter Address on page 59 Option Filter Option Filter on page 61 Option Filter Match Rule Option Filter Match Rule on page 62 Relay Agent Filter Relay Agent Filter on page 64 NAC Filter NAC Filter on page 65 IPv4 Option Space IPv4 Option Space on page 66 IPv6 Option Space IPv6 Option Space on page 67 IPv4 Option Definition IPv4 Option Definition on page 67 IPv6 Option Definition IPv6 Option Definition on page 68 Table 1.6 Other Supported Objects Upgrades Upgrade Groups Distribution Schedules Upgrade Schedules s and Syntax Upgrade Groups and Schedules on page 69 Authoritative DNS Zone (Yes/N0) Associated GUI Method Header-AuthZone String Yes fqdn FQDN Yes Name name Example: test.com zone_format String Yes Valid values are FORWARD, IPV4,and IPV6 view String No DNS view views If no view is specified, the Default view is used. prefix String No prefix Prefix is used for reverse-mapping RFC2317 zones only. If you include a prefix in a forward-mapping zone, the appliance ignores the prefix. No error message is generated. _new_prefix String No Add this field to overwrite the prefix field when you select the overwrite or merge option.use the hostname of the grid member in this field. Example: infoblox.localdomain grid_primary Grid member No Grid Primary primary grid_primary_stealth Boolean No Stealth stealth Example: FALSE NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 13

14 CSV Import Reference (Yes/N0) Associated GUI Method external_primaries Server list No External Primary primary Data must be in the following format: name/ip/stealth/use_2x_tsig/ use_tsig/tsig_name/tsig_key/ tsig_key_algorithm. Only name and ip are required fields. If no value is specified for stealth, use_2x_tsig, and use_tsig, the default value FALSE is used. If either use_2x_tsig or use_tsig is TRUE, tsig_name and tsig_key are required. If no value is specified for tsig_key_algorithm, the default value is HMAC-MD5. If both use_2x_tsig and use_tsig are TRUE, only use_tsig = TRUE and the tsig key name and key are imported. Example: "ext1.test.com/ /false" grid_secondaries Member server list No Grid Secondary secondaries Data must be in the following format: hostname/stealth/lead/grid_ replicate. Only hostname is required. If you do not specify values for stealth, lead, and grid_replicate, the default value FALSE is used. Example: "member1.localdomain/false /TRUE/FALSE" external_secondaries Server list No External Secondary ns_group String No Name server group secondaries ns_group Data must be in the following format: name/ip/stealth/use_2x_tsig/use_ tsig/tsig_name/tsig_key/ tsig_key_algorithm. Only name and ip are required fields. If no value is specified for stealth, use_2x_tsig, and use_tsig, the default value FALSE is used. If either use_2x_tsig or use_tsig is TRUE, tsig_name and tsig_key are required. If no value is specified for tsig_key_algorithm, the default value is HMAC-MD5. If both use_2x_tsig and use_tsig are TRUE, only use_tsig = TRUE and the tsig key name and key are imported. Example: "sec1.com/ /false/false/ FALSE/foo/sdfssdf86ew" Example: name-ns-group1 comment String No Comment comment disabled Boolean No Disable disable Example: FALSE create_underscore_ zones Boolean No Automatically create underscore zones create_underscore_ zones Example: FALSE allow_active_dir List of IP addresses No Allow unsigned updates from these domain controllers enable_ad_server The Valid value is a list of IP addresses. Example: , soa_refresh No Refresh soa_refresh When you modify this field to override an inherited value, you must include values for all SOA timer fields. The appliance updates all the SOA timers when you update any of them. 14 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

15 Supported Object Types (Yes/N0) Associated GUI Method soa_retry soa_expire soa_default_ttl No Retry soa_retry Ensure that you include this field when you override the soa_refresh field. No Expire soa_expire Ensure that you include this field when you override the soa_refresh field. No Default TTL soa_default_ttl Ensure that you include this field when you override the soa_refresh field. soa_negative_ttl No Negativecaching TTL soa_negative_ttl Ensure that you include this field when you override the soa_refresh field. soa_mname FQDN No SOA MNAME field soa_mname Example: infoblox.localdomain soa_ address No address for SOA MNAME field soa_ Example: soa_serial_number No Serial Number soa_serial_number disable_forwarding Boolean No Don t user forwarders... disable_forwarding Example: TRUE allow_update_ forwarding Boolean No Allow updates from forward_to Example: FALSE update_forwarding ACL No Allow updates from... Permission table allow_transfer ACL No Allow zone transfers to allow_update ACL No Allow updates from allow_query ACL No Allow queries from forward_to allow_transfer allow_update allow_query Data must be in the following formats: ip address/permission network/network cidr/permission ANY/permission TSIG-XXX/permission Permission can be ALLOW or DENY If the first value is not Any or TSIG-, it is assumed to be an IP or network address. Example: " /Allow, /16/Deny,TSIG-foo /sdfdsfwhsdgfsw8sdf/allow" Example: " /Deny,1234::/64/Allow" Example: /8/Allow Example: /Allow notify_delay No notify_delay This field specifies the seconds of delay the notify messages are sent to the secondaries. The valid value is between 5 and seconds. Example: 10 EA-Site String No Extensible attribute EA-Users List No Extensible attribute extensible_attributes extensible_attributes EA-Site is an example of a predefined extensible attribute. You can add other predefined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. EA-Users is an example of a user defined attribute. You can add other user defined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 15

16 CSV Import Reference (Yes/N0) Associated GUI Method ADMGRP-JoeSmith String No Permissions Admin Group/Role permission ADMGRP-JoeSmith is an example of an admin permission of a specific admin group. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Examples This section contains examples of how to create data files for DNS zones. All examples use comma as the separator. You can use other supported separators, such as semicolon, space, or tab. Adding DNS Zones This example shows how to add a forward mapping zone, corp100.com, with a grid primary and a grid secondary, where the gird secondary = hostname/stealth/lead/grid_replicate. header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,comment,grid_primary,grid_primary_stealth, grid_secondaries authzone,corp100.com,forward,usa,grid.infoblox.com,false,member.infoblox.com/false/ False3 This example shows how to create a data file to add an IPv4 reverse mapping zone, /8, with a grid primary and an external secondary, where the external secondary = name/ip/stealth/use_2x_tsig/use_tsig/ tsig_name/tsig_key. header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,external_secondaries,grid_primary, grid_primary_stealth authzone, /8,ipv4,ns2.com/ /false/false/false/none/none, grid.infoblox.com,false This example shows how to create a data file to add an IPv6 reverse-mapping zone, 1234::/64, with an external primary and a grid secondary, where the external primary = name/ip/stealth/use_2x_tsig/use_tsig/ tsig_name/tsig_key. header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,external_primaries,grid_secondaries authzone,1234::/64,ipv6,ns1.com/ /false/false/false/none/none, member.infoblox.com/false/false/false Overwriting DNS Zone Data This example shows how to overwrite a comment from USA to Japan and remove the grid secondary. header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,comment,grid_primary,grid_primary_stealth,grid_seco ndaries authzone,corp100.com,forward,japan,grid.infoblox.com,false This example shows how to overwrite a grid primary from grid.infoblox.com to member.infoblox.com. header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,external_secondaries,grid_primary, grid_primary_stealth authzone, /8,ipv4,ns2.com/ /false/false/false/none/none, member.infoblox.com,false Merging DNS Zone Data This example shows how to merge the extensible attribute Site = HQ and add the RW permission to an admin group DNS_admins. header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,admgrp-dns_admins,ea-site authzone,corp100.com,forward,rw,hq This example shows how to add an external secondary with these values: ns3.com/ /false/false/false/none/none. 16 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

17 Supported Object Types header-authzone,fqdn*,zone_format*,external_secondaries,grid_primary, grid_primary_stealth authzone, /8,ipv4,ns2.com/ /false/false/false/none/none,ns3.com/ / False/False/False/None/None,FALSE A Record Method Header-ARecord String Yes Example: ARecord fqdn FQDN Yes Name name This field combines the A record name and the zone name to form the FQDN. Example: a1.corp100.com _new_fqdn FQDN No Add this field to overwrite the fqdn field when you select the overwrite or merge option. view String No DNS View views If no view is specified, the Default view is used. address IP address Yes IP Address ipv4addr Example: _new_address IP address No Add this field to overwrite the address field when you select the overwrite or merge option. comment String No Comment comment disabled Boolean No Disable disable Example: FALSE ttl No TTL ttl This is an inherited field. For information, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Example: 7200 EA-Site String No Extensible attribute Site EA-Users List No Extensible attribute Users ADMGRP-JoeSmith String No Permissions Admin Group/Role extensible_attributes extensible_attributes permission EA-Site is an example of a predefined extensible attribute. You can add other predefined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. EA-Users is an example of a user defined attribute. You can add other user defined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. ADMGRP-JoeSmith is an example of an admin permission of a specific admin group. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Examples This section contains examples of how to create data files for A records. All examples use comma as the separator. You can use other supported separators, such as semicolon, space, or tab. Adding an A Record This example shows how to add an A record, bind_a.corp100.com, with the extensible attribute Site = Infoblox, and the permission, DNS_Adams = RO. NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 17

18 CSV Import Reference header-arecord,address*,fqdn*,admgrp-dns_admins,ea-site arecord, ,bind_a.corp100.com,ro,infoblox Overwriting A Record Data This example shows how to to modify the permission of the admin group DNS_Adams from RO to DENY in an existing A record, bind_a.corp100.com. header-arecord,address*,fqdn*,admgrp-dns_admins arecord, ,bind_a.corp100.com,deny Merging DNS Zone Data This example shows how to merge the TTL value = 1280 to an existing A record, bind_a.corp100.com. header-arecord,address*,fqdn*,ttl arecord, ,bind_a.corp100.com,1280 AAAA Record Method Header-AaaaRecord String Yes Example: AaaaRecord fqdn FQDN Yes Name zone This field combines the AAAA record name and the zone name to form the FQDN. Example: aaaa1.corp100.com _new_fqdn FQDN No Add this field to overwrite the fqdn field when you select the overwrite or merge option. view String No DNS View views If no view is specified, the Default view is used. Example: Default address IPv6 address Yes IP Address ipv6addr Example: 100::10 _new_address IPv6 address No Add this field to overwrite the address field when you select the overwrite or merge option. comment String No Comment comment disabled Boolean No Disable disabled Example: FALSE ttl No TTL ttl This is an inherited field. For information, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Example: 7200 EA-Site String No Extensible attribute Site EA-Users List No Extensible attribute Users extensible_attributes extensible_attributes EA-Site is an example of a predefined extensible attribute. You can add other predefined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. EA-Users is an example of a user defined attribute. You can add other user defined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

19 Supported Object Types Method ADMGRP-JoeSmith String No Permissions Admin Group/Role permission ADMGRP-JoeSmith is an example of an admin permission of a specific admin group. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Examples This section contains examples of how to create data files for AAAA records. All examples use comma as the separator. You can use other supported separators, such as semicolon, space, or tab. Adding an AAAA Record This example shows how to add an AAAA record, bind_aaaa.corp100.com, with a comment = add by superuser, and TTL = header-aaaarecord,address*,fqdn*,comment,ttl aaaarecord,1234:1234::1,bind_aaaa.corp100.co,add by superuser,3600 Overwriting AAAA Record Data This example shows how to modify an existing AAAA record from address 1234:1234::1 to 1234:1234::2, and TTL from 3600 to header-aaaarecord,address*,_new_address,fqdn*,ttl aaaarecord,1234:1234::1,1234:1234:2,bind_aaaa.corp100.com,3800 Merging AAAA Record Data This example shows how to disable an existing AAAA record. header-aaaarecord,address*,fqdn*,disabled aaaarecord,1234:1234::2,bind_aaaa.corp100.com,true CNAME Record Method Header-CnameRecord String Yes Example: CnameRecord fqdn FQDN Yes Alias zone This field combines the CNAME record name and the zone name to form the FQDN. Example: c1.corp100.com _new_fqdn FQDN No Add this field to overwrite the fqdn field when you select the overwrite or merge option. view String No DNS View views If no view is specified, the Default view is used. Example: Default canonical_name Domain name Yes Canonical Name canonical Example: comment String No Comment comment disabled Boolean No Disable disabled Example: FALSE NIOS 6.5 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) 19

20 CSV Import Reference Method ttl No TTL ttl This is an inherited field. For information, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Example: EA-Site String No Extensible attribute Site ADMGRP-JoeSmith String No Permissions Admin Group/Role extensible_attributes permission EA-Site is an example of a predefined extensible attribute. You can add other predefined attributes to the data file. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. ADMGRP-JoeSmith is an example of an admin permission of a specific admin group. For information about data format and examples, see Data Specific Guidelines on page 8. Examples This section contains examples of how to create data files for CNAME records. All examples use comma as the separator. You can use other supported separators, such as semicolon, space, or tab. Adding a CNAME Record This example shows how to add a CNAME record, bind_cname.corp100.com, to the Default DNS view. header-cnamerecord,fqdn*,canonical_name*,view cnamerecord,bind_cname.corp100.com,somewhere.corp100.com,default Overwriting CNAME Record Data This example shows how to override a canonical name from somewhere.corp100.com to somewhere2.corp100.com. header-cnamerecord,fqdn*,canonical_name* cnamerecord,bind_cname.corp100.com,somewhere2.corp100.com Merging CNAME Record Data This example shows how to merge the following data: admin group DNS_Admins with RW permission and extensible attribute Site = New York. header-cnamerecord,fqdn*,admgrpdns_admins,ea-site cnamerecord,bind_cname.corp100.com,rw,new York DNAME Record Method Header-DnameRecord String Yes Example: DnameRecord fqdn FQDN Yes Alias zone This field combines the DNAME record name and the zone name to form the FQDN. Example: d1.corp100.com _new_fqdn FQDN No Add this field to overwrite the fqdn field when you select the overwrite or merge option. view String No DNS View views If no view is specified, the Default view is used. Example: Default 20 CSV Import Reference (Rev. A) NIOS 6.5

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