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Reverse DNS Zone help

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I have two DNS servers (both my DC's) running. I need to create a Reverse DNS Zone for one of my DMZ's (example IP 65.x.x.x) zone. I am not sure I am doing this correctly as this is a little new to me creating the Reverse Zones. I have created the Zone on my Primary DNS server and the Zone replicated to the other. I created a Manual PTR record for my first server in this Zone but this didn't replicate to the other zone.

Example of the PTR record - Primary DNS - 65.x.x.x.x ABCNET.domain.com.

Any help in getthing this working would be greatly appreaciated.
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I have the Reverse Lookup Zone setup but I am still getting the DNSAPI Informational notification. I really need help on this????

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Are you listed as the Name Server for the IP address?  Only the ISP can provide reverse DNS for IP's they assign.  Granted it is possible for them to pass this on to your name servers to do but typically only do this for full class C's.

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that is class C's or larger...

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So the DNSAPI Informational notification in my event viewer 11160, will go away if i have the ISP setup a reverse DNS for my Public IP addresses (65.x.x.x)?

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I am going to look at both the links and see what I have done yet and what i have not. I will let you know what I come up with.

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