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Problem with SORBS.NET

Im running a windows server 2003 DNS, my ISP has just configured the reverse dns, I run a dnsreport and is ok, the only thing that I dont have is a sencondary DNS, but that doesnt matter to me at all.
Right now I've being blocked by SORBS. net, with this message
Netblock: 201.144.0.0/14 (201.144.0.0-201.147.255.255)
Record Created: Mon Aug 6 10:54:57 2007 GMT
Record Updated: Mon Aug 6 10:54:57 2007 GMT
Additional Information: [#46379 UNINET Updated] Dynamic/Generic IP/rDNS address, use your ISPs mail server or get rDNS set to indicate static assignment.
I investigated and in many forums told us to put de PTR the word static, example:
$ORIGIN 0.0.10.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
          0       IN  PTR    0.0.0.10.static.example.com.
          1       IN  PTR    1.0.0.10.static.example.com.
how can I do that on windows server 2003??
Or my ISP is responsible to do this configuration??
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jfunes300
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jfunes300
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Hi,

Generally your ISP is responsible for adding Reverse Lookup Records. It's very rare for your ISP to delegate responsibility for Reverse Lookup Zones to you, we can probably safely say it'll only happen if you explicitly request it.

Chris
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