Zerigo DNS - REST API - Python Module

The API documentation itself is not provided here. The latest version can be found online at http://www.zerigo.com/docs/managed-dns/api_11.


The following are required to use this library:

  • A functioning Python 2.3+ environment with HTTP (or HTTPS) access to the internet.
  • Some working knowledge of the Python language.
  • A Zerigo DNS account with Dynamic Updates / API Access enabled. (Visit https://ns.zerigo.com/ and go to Preferences to enable access.)
  • The Dynamic Update / API key. (Also available on the Preferences page.)


Basic Install:

$ python setup.py build $ sudo python setup.py install

Alternative Install (Manually):

Place zerigodns directory in your Python path. Either in your Python installs site-packages directory or set your $PYTHONPATH environment variable to include a directory where the zerigodns directory lives.

Both the library (zerigodns) and example usage code (example.py) are heavily commented. They should serve as sufficient reference for this code.


Visit http://www.bitbucket.org/petersanchez/zerigodns for updates, new versions, and more.


Python Module:

For issues with the Python API module, please use the public issue tracker at the repositories website: http://bitbucket.org/petersanchez/zerigodns/

Zerigo Support:

Support is generally available via standard Zerigo support options. See http://www.zerigo.com/support for more information. Please note that support may be limited based on your choice of Zerigo DNS services.

Comments / Suggestions

We always welcome comments, suggestions, and constructive complaints. You can find several ways to contact me at http://www.petersanchez.com/contact/