The SoftLayer_Dns_Domain_Reverse data type represents a reverse IP address record.
A domain record’s internal identifier.
A domain’s name including top-level domain, for example “example.com”.
Network address the domain is associated with.
A unique number denoting the latest revision of a domain. Whenever a domain is changed its corresponding serial number is also changed. Serial numbers typically follow the format yyyymmdd## where yyyy is the current year, mm is the current month, dd is the current day of the month, and ## is the number of the revision for that day. A domain’s serial number is automatically updated when edited via the API.
The date that this domain record was last updated.
A flag indicating that the dns domain record is a managed resource.
The pointer type records for a reverse domain.
The secondary DNS record that defines this domain as being managed through zone transfers.
The start of authority (SOA) record contains authoritative and propagation details for a DNS zone. This property is not considered in requests to createObject and editObject.
A count of the pointer type records for a reverse domain.
Type: unsigned long