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  1. #1

    Entry rDNS - FDCServers.net

    we have send tickets to support fdcservers.net about entry rDNS
    he say below:
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    For reverse authority over your IPs, please provide the following:

    Put your ips in the following format:

    subnet: 66.90.68

    69 IN NS ns2.blah.com. <--- put dot
    70 IN NS ns2.blah.com. <--- put dot


    OR you can supply us with the PTR entires.

    Please do so in this format:
    Subnet 66.90.112

    4 IN PTR blah.domain.com. <--- put dot
    5 IN PTR another.domain.com. <--- put dot

    For Multiple Entries Follow this format:

    Subnet 66.90.112

    4 IN NS ns1.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS ns2.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS ns3.domain.com. <--- put dot
    5 IN NS blah.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS another.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS look.domain.com. <--- put dot


    Thank you,
    --
    Lechaim
    FDCServers.net
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    Please anyone help me.
    How to entry rDNS step by step detail.

    Thank you

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elian View Post
    we have send tickets to support fdcservers.net about entry rDNS
    he say below:
    --------------
    For reverse authority over your IPs, please provide the following:

    Put your ips in the following format:

    subnet: 66.90.68

    69 IN NS ns2.blah.com. <--- put dot
    70 IN NS ns2.blah.com. <--- put dot


    OR you can supply us with the PTR entires.

    Please do so in this format:
    Subnet 66.90.112

    4 IN PTR blah.domain.com. <--- put dot
    5 IN PTR another.domain.com. <--- put dot

    For Multiple Entries Follow this format:

    Subnet 66.90.112

    4 IN NS ns1.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS ns2.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS ns3.domain.com. <--- put dot
    5 IN NS blah.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS another.domain.com. <--- put dot
    IN NS look.domain.com. <--- put dot


    Thank you,
    --
    Lechaim
    FDCServers.net
    -------------

    Please anyone help me.
    How to entry rDNS step by step detail.

    Thank you

    Ian
    Man, he is lazy. Basically, he is making it easier for him to paste it into bind.

    What are the rDNS entries you want to set? Don't mind helping you put it in the format he wants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM View Post
    Man, he is lazy. Basically, he is making it easier for him to paste it into bind.

    What are the rDNS entries you want to set? Don't mind helping you put it in the format he wants.
    our rDNS error below:
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    Reverse MX A records (PTR) ERROR: No reverse DNS (PTR) entries. The problem MX records are:
    59.108.90.66.in-addr.arpa -> no reverse (PTR) detected
    You should contact your ISP and ask him to add a PTR record for your ips
    ---------------------

    what you know how to fix ?

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elian View Post
    our rDNS error below:
    ---------------------
    Reverse MX A records (PTR) ERROR: No reverse DNS (PTR) entries. The problem MX records are:
    59.108.90.66.in-addr.arpa -> no reverse (PTR) detected
    You should contact your ISP and ask him to add a PTR record for your ips
    ---------------------

    what you know how to fix ?

    thank you
    What's your server's hostname?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM View Post
    What's your server's hostname?
    node7.isakuiki.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM View Post
    Man, he is lazy. Basically, he is making it easier for him to paste it into bind.

    What are the rDNS entries you want to set? Don't mind helping you put it in the format he wants.
    It's how FDC has always done it, once you get it done though it's not bad. It's just writing up the initial template.
    Jacob Wall - GetCloak.com

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    Alright, reply with:

    Subnet 66.90.108

    59 IN PTR node7.isakuiki.com.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Wall View Post
    It's how FDC has always done it, once you get it done though it's not bad. It's just writing up the initial template.
    All I said was it's a different approach to things. Nothing, more.

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    please tell us how to writing up the initial template.
    via ssh? what file name? etc..

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elian View Post
    please tell us how to writing up the initial template.
    via ssh? what file name? etc..

    thank you
    Keep it simple, just reply with the following in your ticket with FDC:

    Subnet 66.90.108

    59 IN PTR node7.isakuiki.com.

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by GCM View Post
    Keep it simple, just reply with the following in your ticket with FDC:
    OK! Thank you!

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