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  1. #1
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    manual rdns

    I was told by the data center NOC that I can manually handle rdns/ptr requests myself, as long I do the below.

    Set up your name servers to respond to the reverse dns inquiries that we would forward to you.

    Can anyone shed light on this? What if someone requests rdns on 32 IP's in one shot for example, how would you go about doing this?

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    You should add a PTR record in the delegated IP zone for all the 32 ip's
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    HOW would I do that?

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    They are probably going to do Classless delegation.

    The RFC is here: http://www.dns.net/dnsrd/rfc/rfc2317.html

    They have some examples of how to setup the zone files accordingly.

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    I think you also need to set the named.conf gor the corresponding reversed IP.
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