RE: REVERSE DNS Practices.

From: Frank Bulk (no email)
Date: Sat Mar 21 2009 - 13:44:15 EDT

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    The recommendations in this draft proposal have worked for me:
    http://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-msullivan-dnsop-generic-naming-schemes-00.txt

    Frank

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    Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2009 5:39 AM
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    Subject: Re: REVERSE DNS Practices.

    Slighty related...

    Can people please post their recommended reverse dns naming conventions for a small ISP with growth and scalability in mind.
    I already have one drawn up, but I would like to contrast and compare :D

    Thanks

    On 21 Mar 2009 10:32:30 -0000, John Levine <> wrote:
    >> I want to ask some folks out there that maintain reverse DNS queries
    >>of their respective IP blocks. I want to know if there is a need for
    >>me to contact my upstream provider. I am in charge of 2 /24's under
    >>LACNIC. I've already registered my DNS servers on LACNIC. but for some
    >>weird reason it's not owning reverse resolves. any tips would be
    >>gladly appreciated.
    >
    > The RIRs don't maintain rDNS for you. You'll have to trace the
    > delegations downward from in-addr.arpa, find out who's handling your
    > /24's, and contact them to get them to delegate your chunks to you.
    >
    > R's,
    > John


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