Mark Andrews writes:
>
> In message <71D4B163E575894FA5B170F10E628EC5014D6549@Deimos.in ternal.commarc.
> co
> .nz>, "Steve Brorens" writes:
> > I've got range of 256 addresses, where I have valid PTRs for all
> > addresses generated by:
> >
> > $GENERATE 0-255 $ PTR 123-123.123-66-$.acme.co.nz.
> >
> > My problem is that there are a dozen or so addresses scattered through
> > this range where I want to define specific PTR records like this:
> >
> > 203 PTR ftp.acme.co.nz.
> > 4 PTR www.acme.co.nz.
> > 105 PTR smtp.acme.co.nz.
> >
> > However, this means that these addresses get two PTR records -
> > generally A Bad Thing, especially for mailservers.
> >
> > Is there a way to use $GENERATE to just "fill the gaps"?

>
> No.


Also if you sort you PTR records like this it becomes pretty easy
to manage.

$GENERATE 0-3 $ PTR 123-123.123-66-$.acme.co.nz
4 PTR www.acme.co.nz.
$GENERATE 5-104 $ PTR 123-123.123-66-$.acme.co.nz
105 PTR smtp.acme.co.nz.
$GENERATE 106-202 $ PTR 123-123.123-66-$.acme.co.nz
203 PTR ftp.acme.co.nz.
$GENERATE 204-255 $ PTR 123-123.123-66-$.acme.co.nz

>
> > - steve

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> PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742 INTERNET: Mark_Andrews@isc.org

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PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742 INTERNET: Mark_Andrews@isc.org