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Old 26th June 2007, 01:00
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Default PTR and ISPConfig virtual

Ah, so each of the domains has a reverse pointer for their IP. If you just want one answer, you may have to remove the other reverses. I for one never allow a reverse pointer for an IP to have more then one hostname.

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Familiar with the notion of reverse pointers, but totally lost as to how to config it. I did discover some PTR records in two files. I'm wondering if both should be present, or just one in particular.

As you may recall, I am running the ISPConfig server two routers from the WAN. Currently they are DMZ'd to the box in question. A public WAN IP is delivered by the first router to the second, giving the second router a real public address. The server sits on NAT behind that.

The two files in the /etc/bind directory are the public:

pri.17.250.70.in-addr.arpa

...and the private address:

pri.1.168.192.in-addr.arpa

There are serveral PTR records in the public version, but only a few (others) in the private file.

So, My question, are these the files that need editing, and what should these files read to satisfy the "one hostname" as you stated?

Thanks!
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