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dnscurl.pl command-line tool is a Perl script that lets you call Route 53 API actions from a Linux command line.
When you run
dnscurl.pl and specify the applicable arguments for a given action,
dnscurl.pl calculates the Route 53
authentication signature, then calls Curl, a popular tool for interacting with HTTP services.
Curl passes the arguments to Route 53, and Route 53 processes the request and returns the results.
You can get
dnscurl.pl on the
Route 53 Authentication Tool
for Curl page. Save
dnscurl.pl on the executable path, and make it executable
by running the following command at a Linux command prompt:
chmod 755 dnscurl.pl
We have tested
dnscurl.pl on Linux and Mac OS.
Some customers have successfully configured Windows clients so that they can run
For more information, see the
Route 53 forum.
Before you run
dnscurl.pl, install the following software:
For an example of how to use
Example: Using dnscurl.pl.