reverse delegation

Gregory Hicks ghicks at
Wed Jun 22 05:46:02 UTC 2005

> Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 22:03:14 -0700
> From: Jim Pazarena <bind at>
> I have a class-C provided by my telco of which I control the DNS,
> and forward and reverse resolution works fine from the outside
> world.
>    see ->   which maps to
> A new class-C recently acquired however doesn't seem to resolve
> the IP number from the outside world.
>    see ->  which maps to
> the outside world can't resolve


It looks like the telco has not yet "delegated" the IP range to you.  
Please see THIS URL:

for a more complete reason...

Also, please see this URL for a 'general' report:

There is a nameserver "missing" (the SOA record says that is the master server but that server is not listed
at the parent servers as one of your NS records.

There is also a name server that does not respond:

> I copied my DNS setup from one to the other, and it "looks"
> correct. Is there any way to determine if my Telco has not
> completed their side of the DNS which would permit reverse
> mapping?

Your zone is not yet delegated from  (See the URL...)

Hope this helps.

Gregory Hicks

> Jim

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