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Reverse DNS question

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by BillThyCat, May 7, 2006.

  1. BillThyCat

    BillThyCat Guest

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    I have a partial subnet x.x.x.64 - x.x.x.127 its a 255.255.255.192 subnet.

    I have the DNS server on that subnet listed as my reverse DNS server with my upstream ISP.

    How do I get Plesk to create the correct in.arpa file for a partial subnet?

    Will Plesk even do this?

    Thanks,

    Tim Schafer
     
  2. JackL

    JackL Guest

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    No tricks will help but manually add in.arpa entries in named.conf and creating zone file (BIND) or create it manually through mmc console (MS DNS)
    Don't forget to remove ptr entrie from domain template in Server-DNS

    John S.G.
     
  3. BillThyCat

    BillThyCat Guest

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    Re: Re: Reverse DNS question

    So if I add the zone info to the header file in named.conf (the file that contains static content), and then remove all PTR records from Plesk?

    I don't use MS DNS, just bind. I think what I said above may work, I already have a created file, and since the static part should never change (I don't host any web servers on the partial subnet) it should never need to be changed. It just might work.

    I'll try in the morning and see how it works.

    Thanks,

    Tim Schafer


     
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