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Re: Modify one PTR in existing bind9 setup?


This is a crappy solution but you could try to add hardcoded routes for these two IPs that send the traffic back toward your NTP server into your router. At the same time you could told to your NTP server to consider this two IPs as alias.


Le mercredi 22 juin 2011 20:01:18, Michelle Konzack a écrit :
Hello Pascal Hambourg,

Am 2011-06-22 19:33:07, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:

Michelle Konzack a écrit :

I have a hardware DSL/GSM Router where I can not change the setings  for
the 2 NTP servers, because they are hardcoded.

Hardcoded by IP address or host name ?

In my<dns1.private>  I see my hardware router querying for  the  PTR  of
the two IP-Addresses.

What's IPT ? iptables ?


You can setup a reverse zone for a single address/PTR record. But what's
the point ?

I need a possibility to catch and forward two, from me uncontrolled IPs,
to my NTP server.

Thanks, Greetings an
d nice Day/Evening
     Michelle Konzack

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