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DNS > To add a pointer (PTR) resource record to a reverse zone

To add a pointer (PTR) resource record to a reverse zone
 

برای اضافه کردن یک PTR Resource Record باید مراحل زیر را انجام داد .

  1. To open DNS, click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click DNS.
  2. In the console tree, right-click the applicable reverse lookup zone.
  3. On the Action menu, click New Pointer.
  4. In the Host IP number text box, type the host IP address octet number.
  5. In the Host name text box, type the fully qualified domain name for the DNS host computer for which this pointer record is to be used to provide reverse lookup (address-to-name resolution).

    As an option, you can click Browse to search the DNS namespace for hosts in this domain that have host (A) records already defined.

  6. Click OK to add the new record to the zone.

1.48.16.172.in-addr.arpa.    IN    PTR    noamdc1.noam.reskit.com.

در PTR  Record بالا سیستمی با IP Address 172.16.48.1 وجود دارد که  به Noamdc1.noam.reskit.com ربط داده شده .

IP address–to–host mappings

Using a Command Line (DNSCMD.exe)

می توان از دستور Dnscmd.exe نیز استفاده کرد .

  1. First Iinstall Windows Support Tools then Open Command Prompt.
  2. Type: dnscmd ServerName /RecordAdd ZoneName NodeName [/Aging] [/OpenAcl] [Ttl] PTR HostName|DomainName
Value Description
dnscmd Specifies the name of the command-line tool.
ServerName Required. Specifies the DNS host name of the DNS server. You can also type the IP address of the DNS server. To specify the DNS server on the local computer, you can also type a period (.).
/RecordAdd Required. Adds a new resource record.
ZoneName Required. Specifies the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the zone.
NodeName Required. Specifies the FQDN of the node in the DNS namespace. You can also type the node name relative to the ZoneName or @, which specifies the zone's root node.
/Aging Specifies that this resource record is able to be aged and scavenged. If this command is used, this resource record is able to be aged and scavenged. If this command is not used, the resource record remains in the DNS database unless it is manually updated or removed.
/OpenAcl Specifies that new records are open to modification by any user. Without this parameter, only administrators may modify the new record.
Ttl Specifies the Time-To-Live setting for the resource record.
PTR Required. Specifies the resource record type.
HostName|DomainName Required. Specifies the FQDN of a resource record located in the DNS namespace. The host you specify is used as the data for answering reverse lookups based on the address information specified by this pointer (PTR) resource record.

Last Updated: October 01, 2006

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