[dns-operations] Strange reverse DNS entry

Michael Monnerie michael.monnerie at it-management.at
Tue Sep 25 22:42:43 UTC 2007

On Mittwoch, 26. September 2007 00:24 Duane Wessels wrote:
> Yes, its valid.  See RFC 2317 "Classless IN-ADDR.ARPA delegation"

Wow, thanks to all for your quick answers. And how could I resolve such 
an entry to an IP via dig? I've tried all formats I could think of, but 
can't find the right one.

mfg zmi
// Michael Monnerie, Ing.BSc    -----      http://it-management.at
// Tel: 0676/846 914 666                      .network.your.ideas.
// PGP Key:         "curl -s http://zmi.at/zmi.asc | gpg --import"
// Fingerprint: EA39 8918 EDFF 0A68 ACFB  11B7 BA2D 060F 1C6F E6B0
// Keyserver: www.keyserver.net                   Key-ID: 1C6FE6B0
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