Hello Hilmi, > What is a my problem: reverse address resolving not > work correct. What I mean: I use nslookup tool for checking the DNS > server, and if I use as server my DNS server all type of resolving > work. Still work. The problem is when I use server from the world: > example ns1.versatel.net (situation is same with other server from the > worl), this server can't find the reverse record for my machines.
ok, the first question: how many ip-addresses do you own? Like with the "normal" dns-resolution, there are authoritative servers for reverse lookup, too. These authoritative servers start with the first part of your ip, say 62 (for 220.127.116.11). Then, there is a server for 58.62 and one for 54.58.62. Maybe the IP class is further divided, but mostly the authoritative server for 54.58.62 should have a record for 10.54.58.62. It's very uncommon that you maintain such a reverse-lookup server youself, so ask you provider who gave you the ip to make the appropriate entry for you. -volker To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message