On Tue, Jan 03, 2006 at 12:08:46 -0600,
Larry Rosenman <lrosenman(at)pervasive(dot)com> wrote:
> The issue is folks that DON'T set reverse DNS, I.E. have generic rDNS
> set on their IP's.
> I've seen (in my ISP days, and on my mailserver) LOTS of folks that
> can't/won't update
> Their rDNS, even though it's a STATICLY assigned address.
> And, as an example, my house IP changes when the PPPoE moves, and I have
> a DynDns.org
> Hostname that changes to support that, as well as a CNAME out of my
> domain to
> Point to it.
Business class (or Speakeasy) broadband connections will generally allow
you to have custom PTR records for static IP addresses. When using broadband
for sheep, the ssh tunnel idea is probably a better solution.
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