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[9fans] OT: reverse dns queries

Postby steve.simon » Wed, 09 Jun 2004 01:24:15 GMT

Hi,

Off topic but...

Our DNS tables (inside the firewall) don't have their PTR
records for all hosts, however nslookup on a Unix box is
able to list (nslookup's ls command) these hosts and their
IP addresses; how is it able to do this?

-Steve

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