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Reverse DNS (rDNS/PTR) in Plesk

Posted on 2011-10-22
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I'm running Plesk 10 on a VPS account and I can't figure out how to associate a host name with the PTR record. All I see is options for ip address and sub-domain.
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I haven't used Plesk on a VPS, however I may be able to help.

If your VPS provider allows reverse DNS changes via Plesk, maybe this link will help.

If that does not work, and/or they do not allow reverse DNS changes via Plesk, then you will need to ask your VPS provider to update the PTR records for your namespace.
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