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Dns Ptr & Spf

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by dbgrebey, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. dbgrebey

    dbgrebey Guest

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    Tell me if this looks correct?

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    72.xx.xx.xx / 24 PTR floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. NS ns1.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. NS ns2.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. MX (10) mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. TXT floridacaribbeanliving.com. TXT "v=spf1 a mx ptr ~all"
    ftp.floridacaribbeanliving.com. CNAME floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. TXT TXT "v=spf1 a -all"
    ns1.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    ns2.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    webmail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    www.floridacaribbeanliving.com. CNAME floridacaribbeanliving.com.

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  2. dbgrebey

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    errr... how about this?

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    72.xx.xx.xx / 24 PTR floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. NS ns1.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. NS ns2.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. MX (10) mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. TXT v=spf1 a mx ptr ~all
    ftp.floridacaribbeanliving.com. CNAME floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. TXT v=spf1 a -all
    ns1.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    ns2.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    webmail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    www.floridacaribbeanliving.com. CNAME floridacaribbeanliving.com.

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  3. danliker

    danliker Silver Pleskian Plesk Certified Professional

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    we normaly do this:

    floridacaribbeanliving.com. NS ns1.provider.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. NS ns2.provider.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. MX (10) mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com.
    floridacaribbeanliving.com. TXT "v=spf1 a mx ~all"
    ftp.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    mail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    webmail.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx
    www.floridacaribbeanliving.com. A 72.xx.xx.xx

    - ptr does the ip range owner for us
    - we use one nameserver name for all domains
    - spf online for the domain
    - we don't use cname
     
  4. dbgrebey

    dbgrebey Guest

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    Thanks all; still working on this, but I appreciate the help.
     
  5. dbgrebey

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    Out of curiousity... Why don't you use CNAME?
     
  6. danliker

    danliker Silver Pleskian Plesk Certified Professional

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    with cname it is one request more then with a

    first it calls www.domain.com the answer is domain.com
    then call domain.com and get the ip

    with the a name it is call www.domain.com and get the ip

    it is not such a big different...
     
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