Reverse Records on a leash?
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Sun Aug 11 11:50:34 UTC 2013
>On 8/10/13 3:37 AM, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>>however, reverse DNS records must not be zero-filled (those won't be taken
On 10.08.13 10:26, Eduardo Bonsi wrote:
>I put zeros just as an example.
>it can be 220.127.116.11 where 1= (any ipv4 number) or
>000.000.000.000. where 0 is (any ipv4 number).
Again, no. Each segment can be from 0 to 255, but no leading zeros.
no 00-09 or 000-099.
>Can we just CNAME whatever reverse they have there like;
>000.000.000.000.someISP.net. IN CNAME mydomain.com.
>Is that cause a technical issue according to BIND?
>I thought I read somewhere you cannot CNAME under certain rules.
>Is this one of them?
you can create such CNAMEs but this will not help you.
The reverse DNS is made in in-addr.arpa domain which goes through your ISP.
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