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Re: ALL: PARANOID from /etc/hosts.deny Should be Commented by default

* Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> [010425 11:12]:
> This is actually quite doable, you just need to have a clued isp[1] who
> sets up a nifty little forwarding trick in the reverse DNS. Here's an
> exmple of how my old ISP did it:
>    net152                  ns      kitenet.net.
>    153                     cname   153.net152.200.144.198.in-addr.arpa.

The other nifty thing for ip blocks is this:


$GENERATE 32-120 dhcp-address-$ A 192.168.4.$



$GENERATE 32-120 $ PTR dhcp-address-$.apt.private.


bind 8 will go off and expand those into addresses and I didn't even
have to type them all! :)

Scott Dier <dieman@ringworld.org> <sdier@debian.org>
http://www.ringworld.org/  #linuxos@irc.openprojects.net

So little time, so little to do.	-- Oscar Levant

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