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Old 14th November 2014, 14:22
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Wink Default TTL for DNS hardcoded in PHP?

Dear ISPConfig community,

Does anybody has a suggestion, when Default TTL for DNS records will be configurable from UI or at least stored in some config file?
It is now hardcoded into PHP files in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/dns/form directory.

Or maybe the best way for me is to open
pull request on GitHub and propose my fix?

I'm now dealing with it this way:
http://blog.cyberlynx.eu/2014/my-isp...llation-notes/
But this is a workaround, "monkey" kind of a job.

We need something better.

Thanks!
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Old 14th November 2014, 14:38
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Does anybody has a suggestion, when Default TTL for DNS records will be configurable from UI or at least stored in some config file?
It is now hardcoded into PHP files in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/dns/form directory.
We are working on a solution to make all default values configurable.

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Or maybe the best way for me is to open
pull request on GitHub and propose my fix?
sure. If you have a fix, then please submit it against the git master branch:

http://git.ispconfig.org/
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