Reverse DNS Delegation
michael at kjorling.com
Tue Oct 16 18:13:29 UTC 2001
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Well, if you own the /16, you can and should do the delegation on your
servers. If you own only a subset of the /16 (say, a /18), then you
cannot and need to arrange it with your registry - ARIN, apparently.
Reverse zone delegation is no different from forward zone delegation.
On Oct 16 2001 09:28 -0500, news.gvtc.com wrote:
> I would like to find out the best practice for delegating reverse DNS
> authority for a /24 netblock. We are an ISP, new to DNS administration in
> house. We have implemented, and have working effectively reverse delegation
> for netblocks smaller (ie: /29 /28 /27) but we are unable to figure out the
> reverse delegation for a full /24. Is is best to let ARIN do the
> delegation? Or is there a way to do it on our servers?
Michael Kjörling -- Programmer/Network administrator ^..^
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