Release Notes: F5 DNS Cloud Service¶
DNS Cloud Service is a secondary authoritative DNS SaaS solution. It provides inherent DNS redundancy, built-in DNS-targeted DDoS protection, automatic failover, and more, and it’s all built on a global anycast network to provide highly available and responsive DNS in any location.
|DNS Cloud Service Releases||Overview of current release|
|Cloud Services platform GA-0 (March, 2019)||The GA-0 release builds on the Preview 1 release, adding official subscription mechanisms in the AWS Marketplace.|
|DNS Preview 1 (January, 2019)||In this full-funtion preview, the DNS Cloud Service serves as a secondary authoritative DNS service with global distribution and automatic scaling, so it can serve as a backup to your primary DNS services.|
|DNS Preview 0 (November, 2018)||Initial preview release with starter functionality|
|F5CSDNS-271||DNS Preview 1||Subscription succeeds even when the zone transfer fails|
|F5CSDNS-275||DNS Preview 0||IPv6 Address gives error on short notation|
The following table describes known issues for which resolutions are in development and will be available in a future release. If a known workaround exists, that information appears in the Notes column with additional information about the issue itself.
|F5CSDNS-251||Primary IP Validation Needs to Prevent Leading Spaces on API side|
|F5CSDNS-358||AXFR intermittently fails when multiple master servers are configured for the subscription|
|F5CSDNS-393||No alerting mechanism for Zone Transfer Failure from primary DNS servers|
|F5CSDNS-400||DNS activation errors out with ipv6 master server address|
Getting help for F5 Cloud Services¶
You can find additional support resources and technical documentation through a variety of sources: