I am implementing an Avaya Remote worker solution and I am having issues with the TXT and SRV record in DNS with the need for the underscore in the beginning of the service name.
The SRV record must match the following.
Name = digifix.org Service = aads _avaya-ep-config Protocol = TCP Priority = 1 Weight = 1 Port = 8443 Target = aads.digifix.org
Then the TXT record must match the SRV record
Name = aads._avaya-ep-config._tcp content = "txtvers=1" "proto=https" "path=/acs/resources/configurations"
However Cloudflare seems to require a underscore in front of the SRV record name, which make me need to match that on the TXT record as well and this is not going to work, is there anyway around not adding a _ in front of the SRV record name?
When I dig each one I would use the following command
dig IN SRV aads._avaya-ep-config._tcp.digifix.org
Which would produce the answer, but it does not.
if I add the underscore in the front I get an answer, not the one I am looking for but an answer.
;; ANSWER SECTION: _aads._avaya-ep-config._tcp.digifix.org. 27 IN SRV 1 1 8443 aads.digifix.org.
Note the underscore in front of the string, I must have that to make it work on cloudflare, but this will not work for my application.
Same for the TXT record, it will not give an answer unless I now add the underscore in the front
dig IN TXT aads._avaya-ep-config._tcp.digifix.org no answer
dig IN TXT _aads._avaya-ep-config._tcp.digifix.org ;; ANSWER SECTION: _aads._avaya-ep-config._tcp.digifix.org. 60 IN TXT "txtvers=1" "proto=https" "path=/acs/resources/configurations"
digifix.org is my lab / testing domain, it is not the customer name I am working on for obvious reasons.