Partial subnet reverse DNS question.
michael at kjorling.com
Wed Feb 6 13:22:09 UTC 2002
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Take a look at RFC 2317.
On Feb 6 2002 00:03 -0000, Ray Van Dolson wrote:
> I have a friend using Nevada Bell Business DSL with 5 static IP addresses
> assigned to him:
> Netname: SBC066122083184020130
> Netblock: 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
> (output from ARIN)
> I assume the useable ones are .185-.190 correct? In any case, I'm trying
> to figure out how to go about getting control of the reverse DNS for this
> mini-subnet. How can the ISP delegate this "zone" to our control? I'm
> basically just curious how this works.. I know you can set up a zone like
> 83.122.66.in-addr.arpa IN SOA <nameserver> ...
> But that would delegate for all 255 IP's under that subnet correct? How
> would you do it for a subnet 220.127.116.11/255.255.255.248 ? Would the
> ISP set up something like this:
> 18.104.22.168.in-addr.arpa IN SOA <our_namserver> <contact_etc> ...
> 22.214.171.124.in-addr.apra IN CNAME 126.96.36.199.66.in-addr.arpa.
> 186 "
> 187 "
> 188 "
> 189 "
> 190 "
> And then we'd just create a 188.8.131.52.in-addr.arpa zone with PTR
> records? Is this correct? And any experience getting PacBell/NevadaBell
> to cooperate in setting this up?
> Thanks for any information.
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