Windows 2016 reverse dns not updating

10-Apr-2017 21:49

We now accept dynamic updates of PTR records within our zones.

It’s just that non-matching or generic reverse DNS lookup settings are often rejected out of hand.What we outline in this post is how you can create and update PTR records for yourself, without having to revert to us.So let’s see how can you update the PTR records of an IP address you’re using within Cloud Sigma’s clouds.Domain Name System (DNS), defined in several Request for Comments (RFC) documents, performs a single task: translating user-friendly hostnames to IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.The DNS server in Windows Server 2016 works the same basic way as it does in Windows Server 2012 R2.

It’s just that non-matching or generic reverse DNS lookup settings are often rejected out of hand.

What we outline in this post is how you can create and update PTR records for yourself, without having to revert to us.

So let’s see how can you update the PTR records of an IP address you’re using within Cloud Sigma’s clouds.

Domain Name System (DNS), defined in several Request for Comments (RFC) documents, performs a single task: translating user-friendly hostnames to IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.

The DNS server in Windows Server 2016 works the same basic way as it does in Windows Server 2012 R2.

When pinging a website or IP address, one part of the output is the server’s RDNS record.