R-DNS Records: Why You Need Them
Why Your Internet Numeric Addresses Should Have matching
If you do not:
- You are breaking internet standards.
- Mail to recipient domains often requires you have an
R-DNS, else recipient server may reject you as a spammer or
The point is, the internet is insecure, it'd hard enough to
check things, so do Your bit to make sure the numeric IP
addresses of your company/organisation all each have a matching
R-DNS that points back to your matching domain IP name. Do not
leave your numeric addresses without an R-DNS, looking
suspiciously like a spam or fraud domain.
Reason it was removed is some may become partially obsolete
within hours or days, & names or numbers may point
partially at the innocent, & those of us who Know what
we're looking ofralready know, & the general public I'm
afraid are too cluless & wont have the nackground, tools or
enthusiasm to work throught complex example[s]. + It wastaking
too much of my time to write it, & would take more time
later to maintain).
If anyone has a URL to point to a good educational site, I'd welcome it.