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Re: in-addr.arpa?
From: Rodney L Caston <largo () megatokyo com>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 09:13:30 -0500 (CDT)


My best guess is someone forgot to put a "." on the end of that reverse
DNS entry.


On Thu, 15 Jun 2000, Hank Nussbacher wrote:


Why would 216.136.44.104 do something like this?

10 sl-inetconn-1-0-0-T3.sprintlink.net (144.228.207.46) [AS 1239] 200 msec 204
msec 208 msec
  11 pa1-atm0-6-bbr01.alby.twtelecom.net (207.250.101.2) [AS 4323] 244 msec 
264 m
sec 248 msec
  12 pa1-atm0-5-acr01.alby.twtelecom.net (216.136.44.242) [AS 4323] 256 
msec 252
msec 252 msec
  13 learnl-ppp-1130-09-u242.alby.twtelecom.net (207.250.24.30) [AS 3857] 
256 mse
c 260 msec 256 msec
  14 ip104.44.136.216.in-addr.arpa (216.136.44.104) [AS 4323] 404 msec 400 
msec 3
80 msec

-Hank






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