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Re: Cyberonic DSL Question
Chex - No, if the ISP has an entry for your IP, that one will always take precedence. At that point you need to convince them to replace their generic entry with yours, whatever it may be. I think some ISPs will do that, for money cause it creates a maintenance headache.
yeah.. i tried it with Jace's IP, it didnt work. I guess you have to be the authoritative master of the block of IP's in order for a reverse to work.
Thanks for the info tho.
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