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Setting Up "DNS" On WinNT4 Server behind "Cisco 501 PIX" Router

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Hello All;

  This may seem to be a dum question, but needs to be asked anyway.

OK. I have being doing my own DNS for years, Using a Linksys Router.
And only "1 - Static IP" and having that single Static IP Assigned to the
Router and assigned to my NIC In my Server. But now I have everything
Set up in the "PIX" Router to where all machines behind the router are
In-House Static IP's. So with my Server, trying to set up DNS is
Somewhat of a bother, as it tries to set everything from the get-go
To the in-house static IP's.

 These are my questions:
I need to set up a PTR record for my IP's. ( I have 13 IP's From my ISP )
As mentioned above, I have done this with a single Static IP from my ISP.
With no problems, but have the in-house Static's assigned, it is causing major problems as well.

http://www.jhsoft.com/help/index.html?df_reverse.htm
Were it states:
And your DNS server would have a zone named:
( this is the area I am trying to do )
But when I try to create the [New Zone] I get an error
{ The record you are trying to create already exist }
But it does not exist.


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   Basically to the point.
Someone that is running a DNS Server ( Not For In-House ) For the Internet. That is using a "Cisco 501 PIX " or equivalent Cisco Router.
Please send me some information please. This is very important that I
Get my sites up and running a.s.a.p.

Thank You
Wayne
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by:Wayne Barron
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I think that I have this one.
Instead of trying to set up the PTR like I was
Example:  57.56/59.176.245.26.in-addr-arpa
I just set it up per normal
               57.176.245.26.in-addr-arpa
And it set up properly.

Once I create the "New Zone" for my domain.
I went in and automatically changed the "Internal IP Address"
To my "External Static IP Address" and everything is starting to
Set up properly.

  Just a mater of running some test here in a few.
Will keep you all posted on the results

Wayne
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