Registering a .com

I've a net of C class. I've a supplier that gives me the internet connecion.
I've my own name server and I've setup the new virtual domain (a .com)
and tha dns alsa. now I want to register it. I have to go to internic.
What about my internet supplier? I'm also registered there. Should I tell him something?
What about reverse resolving?
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mbreuerCommented:
1) You need to register with internic.
2) The internic registration must be coordinated with your ISP (for the "ptr" record), and also to
insure that there are no conflicts between the entries.
3) Your choice: are you going to run a name-server or are you using your ISP's?
4) Reverse-lookup is enabled via the "PTR" type record.  If you're using your own DNS, then you need to delegate this task to the owner of the subnet.  If you're letting your ISP do the work, then they need to do so (although they likely own the subnet).
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