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Old 12th February 2010, 15:16
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Default Problem with some scopes of DNS A records - Adress invalid

Hello.

There is some problem with regex checking IP adresses,
i have experienced this problem more times thru last 2years, but always have fixed it with editing MySql database directly for A records..

But now i have to move my hosting to new scope of ip adresses
from 217.11.2xx.xxx (which was wokrking correctly) to 109.123.2xx.xxx
and i'm getting constantly the message: ispconfig Field: IP Adresse IP-Adress invalid
which is terrible as on DNS server are records for 128 Ip adresses...

Is there any way to wokraround, can i cancel IP adress format checking when adding new A records ?

Where is located the script for adding DNS records, please ?

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