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I have a server with IP address 10.1.0.71, it was working fine till I started getting Bad IP address errors,  upon investigating I found that, when nslookup the IP address I get a conflicting names (see Attached),  How do I resolve this?

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The issues  is resolved, I found an entry in the reverse lookup zone, deleted it, and the problem is fixed.

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