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Re: DNS problem

Been reading RFC2317, eh?

It might be freaking out because if the CNAME domain. Try this and see if
it fixes it:

perens.108.15.216.in-addr.arpa. IN NS NS2.perens.com.	IN CNAME 186.perens.108.15.216.in-addr.arpa.

Then you master perens.108.15.216.in-addr.arpa.

and have

186	IN PTR perens.com.

Make sure the NS record for the perens.108.15.216.in-addr.arpa subdomain
is in the in-addr.arpa zone that is delegating to you.

On Fri, 13 Oct 2000, Bruce Perens wrote:

> I'm stumped. Connects from my mail delivery system are being refused by
> hotmail, oreilly.com, brics.dk, and a number of other sites. I suspect
> that I've done something stupid in my DNS and am being rejected by sites
> that set ALL: PARANOID in /etc/hosts.deny . I don't see my system in the
> RBL, DUL, or RSS lists.
> Anyone want to help? The problem system is perens.com, IP is .
> You should be able to see forward and reverse DNS from outside.
> 	Thanks
> 	Bruce
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