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PRT records with 2 ISP's

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I have a new firewall that can load balance over 2 internet connections.
My question is can I have both ISP create a PRT record for my mail server?
If only one connection has a PRT and mail goes out the other that doesn't have
a PRT then it may get bounced.


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In theory yes. You can have a PTR record for every address in the ISP's subnet pointed at you if you like. :o) It is entirely up to the ISP or whoever else administers the DNS for that subnet.
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Yes you can have both ISPs create PTR records for you mail server, it won't cause any problems.
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