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Hello List:

I continue to struggle with reverse DNS lookups. My upline isp
(secondary) is UNIX and I'm NT4.0, IIS3 based. I recall seeing
something recently about WINS being placed in my Primary SOA so the
upline ISP can see me for reverse lookup purposes. Does any of this
make any sense to someone? My reverse lookup doesn't work. Do you
think because I have static IP addresses assigned to each port is
exacerbating the problem?

BTW if you want to see if yours is working try getting MS 128
Encryption IE at after dialing

Howard Brooks - President - IamNet, Inc. -
Your one stop Internet service, support and solutions shop.

NTISP Mailing List

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Subject: MS DNS, UNIX and Reverse Lookup
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