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Re: delegating in-addr.arpa.
i read through the classless doc, i think its rfc2317.
honestly, they take the same approach that you offered up as a solution,
meaning that it is done for each individual ip address. so, i have to
think that your method is the right way to do it.
the only thing that i have noticed, is that lookups insert a syslog entry
Feb 14 09:18:46 ns1 named: bad referral (200.168.192.in-addr.arpa
!< 220.127.116.11.in-addr.arpa) from [10.6.21.233].53
the only difference i see with the classless is that you end up setting up
cname records that end up pointing to the actual ptr rather than ns
Default Server: dns-1.enteract.com
On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, Steven Pritchard wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> > I just expected an easier method of delegation rather than per ip address.
> Like I said, you can delegate a level higher, but that'll break things
> for recursive clients.
> If I remember correctly, there's an RFC on classless in-addr.arpa
> delegation... Maybe they have better ideas.
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