[Pdns-users] rDNS Delegation
tobias at webspace4you.ch
Wed May 11 06:38:42 UTC 2005
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Am Dienstag, 10. Mai 2005 17:41 schrieb Gareth Campling:
> Under PDNS is it possible to delegate part of a certain zone to another
> set of name servers so our customer can manage there own rdns
> We currently have the whole /24 setup like the following :
> 0.0.10.in-addr.arpa SOA dns-server-1.com
> hostmaster at blah.com
> 0.0.10.in-addr.arpa NS dns-server-1.com
> 0.0.10.in-addr.arpa NS dns-server-2.com
> And our customer wants to manage the rnds for there /26 - (10.0.0.0 -
> Thanks for anyone's help
I only know this for our region, which is operated by RIPE. Maybe ARIN or any
other RIR offers the same possibility.
Here you can do it by allocating this particular /26 to a customers net in the
RIPE-DB. If allocated you can set the corresponding rdns-servers at RIPE.
My personal point of view for this is that I wouldn't let the customer manage
his own rdns. I also never saw a provider which allows this to his customers.
Sure, there will be some out in the world but I never saw it in any situation
concerning me or my job.
To explain why I wouldn't allow it: rdns is (in my personal opinion!) a very
authortative thing. IMHO it's the only thing you can at least trust a little
bit. Due to the fact that rdns is quite statical, changes are not needed very
often and could be done by these persons which operate the zone for this
Greetings from Switzerland
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