08-14-2018 08:46 AM
I saw the post already that suggested making a bind entry and then importing. I do not understand how I can import a zone without overwriting the existing zone. Is there a way through the API that I can add a DKIM TXT record where the text is larger than 255 bytes. I tried through csv import and it fails due to invalid text.
08-16-2018 09:28 AM
TXT records can only contain substrings up to 255 bytes. This total substring length should not be exceeded by more than 512 bytes. Since the TXT value is 2048 bit (256 bytes) and is greater than TXT length limit, it triggers an "Invalid text string" error message. As a resolution, you can try to split the record into two with quotes (") and spaces.
We already have a KB regarding the same in our support site. https://support.infoblox.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3545/kw/3545
Do let us know if it helps.
08-29-2019 11:48 PM - edited 08-29-2019 11:51 PM
For anyone else with this issue of a DKIM value that exceeds 255 chars ,
You have to add the record and split each 255 chars string (or less) with quotes and a space however once you save this record, infoblox appears to remove the quotes from the second string however this validates publicly.
You can add it by doing the following
Add your TXT record by putting quotes around each 255 chars string (or less) as shown below:
Add TXT Record
"v=DKIM1; k=rsa; p=string_should_not exceed_255_chars_within_first_quotes" "the_rest_of_the_Dkim_Value"
Hope this saves someone the time I invested in working this out myself