Forward zone not working
matt at conundrum.com
Tue May 17 13:51:23 UTC 2016
On 17 May 2016 at 09:29, Woodworth, John R <John.Woodworth at centurylink.com>
> > > >Ideally every machine should be registering its own PTR record in the
> > > >DNS and addresses without machines shouldn't have PTR records.
> > > >The only reason ISP did this is that they were too lazy to manage PTR
> > > >records for their customers.
> > >
> > > And because no ISP wants "you.suck.isp.com" to show up in their DNS.
> > >
> > > Same fight, different address space.
> > Agreed. Nice in theory, not going to happen in practice for the ISP
> where I'm working.
> Ditto here, great feature for smaller shop but not an ISP for a number of
> I would also add based on business perspective sometimes "lazy" is
> consumer or market
> driven and can't be simply dismissed. How popular would a brand new 60"
> television be
> without a remote control?
> Indeed. When a business appears "too lazy" to do a thing you want them to
do, what that really means is that there is no business case that makes it
worth their while to spend the money on doing it.
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