I´m having an error message when I send e-mails to a big ISP.
SMTP error from remote mailer after RCPT TO:<[email protected]>:
host mx10.bol.com.br [18.104.22.168]: 450 Client host rejected:
cannot find your hostname, [69.93.xxx.xxx]: retry timeout exceeded
The ISP told me my server has a incorrect configuration on reverse DNS.
Different than my other servers, the traceroute ends with a different IP. I´m not sure if it's a problem.
11 theplanet-gw.customer.alter.net (22.214.171.124)
155.702 ms 156.284 ms 156.792 ms ~ 156.259 ms
12 car4-1-v2.dllstx2.theplanet.com (126.96.36.199)
157.336 ms 156.985 ms 156.234 ms ~ 156.852 ms
13 244.69-yyy-yyy.reverse.theplanet.com (69.93.xxx.xxx)
156.925 ms 156.319 ms 156.815 ms ~ 156.686 ms
In my other servers, the end has the exactly same IP.
12 car2-2-v1.dllstx2.theplanet.com (188.8.131.52)
155.738 ms 155.453 ms 157.071 ms ~ 156.087 ms
13 69-56-1xx-1xx.theplanet.com (69.56.xxx.xxx)
155.991 ms 155.962 ms 155.921 ms ~ 155.958 ms
If there is no PTR record in place already, it probably won't take more than a couple of hours. If there is already a PTR record, though, it could take up to a day before some servers discard the old data (assuming they had it cached) and ask for the new data.
All of the above is assuming that your ISP is using typical TTL settings.