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Re: reverse lookup zone for classless network [7:67908] posted 04/23/2003
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If your address block is less than a full /24, there is a technique (which
its authors acknowledged as "ugly") to manage this in RFC 2317. They do
specifically point out that their technique is intended for situations where
the total address block is less than 256 addresses (i.e., less than a Class
C block). For address delegations that are larger, the traditional method of
multiple delegations (that is, multiple reverse lookup databases) is still
to be done.

HTH

Annlee

""Richard Campbell""  wrote in message
news:200304230948.h3N9mVq5014214@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Hi.. I am using W2000 DNS
>
> I know how to create reverse lookup zone for classful network. For
> example. 192.168.3.0/255.255.255.0 it is 3.168.192.in.addr.arpa.dns But
> how about a classless network like 192.168.3.128/ 255.255.255.240 ?? How
> do I name the reverse lookup zone?
>
>
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