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Old 12th June 2007, 10:46
andrie_swart andrie_swart is offline
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Question Problem with reverse DNS (PTR) ISPconfig/Debian Etch


Could someone assist me. When I try and do a dig -x 196.x.x.x on the localhost it returns all the domain records, but when I do it from any remote system it cannot find the reverse dns records for my domain.

I have looked in the /etc/bind inside pri.x.x.196.in-addr.arpa file.

it gives me the correct IP and FQDN for my DNS records.

Any idea?

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Old 12th June 2007, 10:52
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you need to ask to your hosting, PTR informations added by ispconfig are useless if you don't have the direct management of the IP addresses bloc
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