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A DNS PTR record is used for reverse DNS lookups, and it matches domain
names with IP addresses. Learn more about PTR records and when they are
Sep 23, 2020 ... A Pointer record (PTR) resolves an IP address to a fully-qualified domain name (
FQDN) as an opposite to what A record does. PTR records are ...
A pointer (PTR) record is a type of Domain Name System (DNS) record that
resolves an IP address to a domain or host name, unlike an A...
What is PTR Record? PTR records are used for the Reverse DNS (Domain Name
System) lookup. Using the IP address you can get the associated ...
Multiple pointer records. While most rDNS entries only have one PTR record
, DNS does not restrict the number. Multiple PTR records are used, for example, ...
A PTR (pointer) record maps an IP address to the domain name. It's often called a
"reverse DNS entry" because it converts an IP address to a name. PTR records ...
DNS can be tricky. There is a lot to know and, even when you think you have a
firm grasp on it, surprises still pop up. Reverse DNS and PTR record
What is a PTR record and how to add one? While the main purpose of the
Domain Name System is to point domains to IP addresses, a PTR record works in
Feb 1, 2019 ... PTR records are used for the Reverse DNS (Domain Name System) lookup.
Using the IP address you can get the associated domain/hostname ...
Jun 17, 2020 ... What is a PTR Record and Why Do You Need One. A PTR record is well-known
as the reverse version of an A record. While A record maps the ...