It's probably trying to reverse lookup the IP address to get a name, do you have 192.168.1.200 in /etc/hosts? Or if you have your own DNS server, in the correct zone? [by TrevorH]
on 08/01/2012 – Made popular on 08/01/2012
I am trying to configure a reverse DNS zone on my new dedicated server. I have tried several things but for some reason i cannot get my reverse zone to properly resolve.
When checking my dns, i get Could not find reverse address for my.masked.ip (my.masked.ip.in-addr.arpa.). PTR record(s) for the address could not be found in the .arpa-zone. (ip6.arpa. for IPv6 addresses and in-addr.arpa.
I have configured a correct DNS in my wndows 2008 server, all my websites works well.
Now I hope to configure DNS Reverse Lookup, so I read http://www.windowsreference.com/dns/how-to-create-dns-reverse-lookup-zon....
but I do not completely understand ßthe article, what will happen if I make a mistake in my Reverse DNS Lookup configuration ?
Will all my websites become unac