DNS PTR Records subnet
conord at domainregistry.ie
Fri Mar 16 14:10:17 UTC 2007
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RFC 2317 details how to (should) perform reverse delegation at the
customer and provider level and should give some info on how to create
your zones here.
IE Domain Registry
Joseph S D Yao wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2007 at 01:34:24PM -0400, Sangoi, Nehal (GE Supply, consultant) wrote:
>> How can I define my reverse record zone files for the subnet like
>> should it be "160.3.in-addr.arpa"
>> or should it be like
> Do you own the 22.214.171.124/16 network? No, you do not (at least, not from
> what you said above). Therefore you must not define a reverse DNS zone
> for it.
> You must define zones for those networks that you do own. As you almost
> say, the zones you would define are:
> You must then ask the person who DOES serve 160.3.in-addr.arpa to
> delegate those subdomains to your name servers. Otherwise, nobody will
> be able to see your zones!
> Authoritative answers can be found from:
> origin = ns.ge.com
> mail addr = hostmaster.ge.com
> serial = 2006102301
> refresh = 10800
> retry = 3600
> expire = 604800
> minimum = 300
> OK, it looks like your 3.in-addr.arpa hostmaster likes to keep all his
> networks in one big file. So, you have to ask him or her to delegate
> 232.160, 233.160, 234.160, and 235.160 to your name servers.
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