Secondarying Reverse Lookups
michael at kjorling.com
Fri Oct 26 08:42:31 UTC 2001
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No problem. Just set up a secondary for the zone like you would with a
Name servers do not make any distinction between zones under
in-addr.arpa (or ip6.int, for that matter - which is used for IPv6
reverse lookups), and other zones. You could just as well put your
PTRs into your forward zone - though probably not many would know to
ask for them.
On Oct 26 2001 13:40 +0800, Chris Kings-Lynne wrote:
> I have set up secondary name servers for several domains, but I was
> wondering if it's also possible to set up secondarying for REVERSE lookups?
Michael Kjörling -- Programmer/Network administrator ^..^
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