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Problem with SORBS.NET

jfunes300
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Last Modified: 2011-08-18
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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