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I have three different IPs on the same interface:


and I have the following in /etc/hosts:  host  host  host

Now, I'm wondering what are the proper entries for my 192.168.1.rev, so far I have it as:

103 IN PTR
104 IN PTR
105 IN PTR
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That is the correct structure, although you'll probably want to put trailing dots on the rrdata so it doesn't append the zone name (

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Thanks for the heads up! – RobertP Sep 1 '11 at 1:45

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