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Joined: May 31, 2008
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Posted May 31, 2008 at 2:58:18 AM
Subject: Reverse DNS queston
Hi, I have got three dedicate ips from the provider lets say 120.3.2.10, 120.3.2.20, 120.3.2.30. I have configured bind and set the PTR record ==================================================== @ IN SOA server1.example.com. mail.example.com. ( 2006033001; serial 28800; refresh, seconds 7200; retry, seconds 604800; expire, seconds 86400 ); minimum, seconds ; NS server1.example.com.; NS dns2.example.com.; 10 PTR example.com. 20 PTR dns2.example.com. 30 PTR mail.example.com. ================================================================= When I check the reverse dns for ip x.x.x.10 , i get server1.example.com but for other x.x.x.20 x.x.x.30, it says no reversedns record set. My question is, Does my dedicated service provider also have to assign the reverse dns or could I just assign it using the above config. My dns is running fine, it is just i can't configure reversedns properly. Thankyou all :)
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Joined Apr 27, 2008
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Posted: May 31, 2008 7:27:55 AM
Subject: Reverse DNS queston
==================================================== @ IN SOA server1.example.com. mail.example.com. ( 2006033001; serial 28800; refresh, seconds 7200; retry, seconds 604800; expire, seconds 86400 ); minimum, seconds ; NS server1.example.com.; NS dns2.example.com.; 10 IN PTR server1. 20 IN PTR dns2. 30 IN PTR mail. [quote=Linux-Knight]Hi, I have got three dedicate ips from the provider lets say 120.3.2.10, 120.3.2.20, 120.3.2.30. I have configured bind and set the PTR record ==================================================== @ IN SOA server1.example.com. mail.example.com. ( 2006033001; serial 28800; refresh, seconds 7200; retry, seconds 604800; expire, seconds 86400 ); minimum, seconds ; NS server1.example.com.; NS dns2.example.com.; 10 PTR example.com. 20 PTR dns2.example.com. 30 PTR mail.example.com. ================================================================= When I check the reverse dns for ip x.x.x.10 , i get server1.example.com but for other x.x.x.20 x.x.x.30, it says no reversedns record set. My question is, Does my dedicated service provider also have to assign the reverse dns or could I just assign it using the above config. My dns is running fine, it is just i can't configure reversedns properly. Thankyou all :) [/quote]
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