Why would you like ptr record to look like an IP address in the first
place? I think this is more spoofing that anything else. You can always
make sure name 22.214.171.124.in-addr.arpa does not exist and will always
display as IP address. NAT can be used to change IP address transparently.
Dne 19.3.2018 v 14:13 Juho Pohjala napsal(a):
> Is it possible to configure partial IP addresses in ptr-record fields so
> that it would work similarly as in server field?
> In my configuration file I have
> server=/3.168.192.in-addr.arpa/10.1.2.3 <http://10.1.2.3>
> Now, nslookup 192.168.3.100 gets forwarded to 10.1.2.3, this is
> expected. But nslookup 192.168.4.100 will not return 126.96.36.199 as I would
> expect. Is my configuration flawed or does dnsmasq support partial IPs
> in ptr-record field at all?
> Juho Pohjala
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