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My hosting provider already did PTR setup. Now i have to setup it at my DNS holder i guess. What am i supposed to do at my Godaddy account. thank you.

my ip : 64.250.113.235

and you can check my ptr record from here

http://mxkit.com/webmaster-tools/ptr-check

result

Ptr records for 64.250.113.235 are: Server: 10.0.80.11 Address: 10.0.80.11#53

Non-authoritative answer: 235.113.250.64.in-addr.arpa name = notification.pokemoncraft.com.

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To add a PTR record in the GoDaddy DNS Manager, you need to do the following:

  • In the Zone Field Editor go down to the TXT(text) Zone
    • Click Add SPF Record

A window will open with 4 tabs (Inbound, Outbound, The well hidden 'PTR' and Outsourced)

  • Go to the PTR tab
  • Check Include PTR and add your public IP
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You need to setup an A record pointing notification.pokemoncraft.com to 64.250.113.235. This can be done from the GoDaddy hosting control panel under DNS.

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ok i did that. lets see will it work :) and thanks for the answer –  MonsterMMORPG Jan 7 '11 at 10:58
    
@mrdenny it still says Non-authoritative answer: here how i setup A record img18.imageshack.us/img18/971/arecords.png –  MonsterMMORPG Jan 7 '11 at 11:36
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That is correct. It will say non-authoritative answer unless the DNS server that you are querying is the authoritative server. –  mrdenny Jan 7 '11 at 12:18
    
Non-authoritative answer is completely normal. It means that you got a reply from a cache, and not directly from the Authorative server. –  pehrs Jan 7 '11 at 12:19
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yes it appears that it is. When I do an nslookup for the IP address, I get back the correct domain name. –  mrdenny Jan 7 '11 at 13:17
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