In DNS, the forward lookup zone has the purpose ton give you an ip address for the requested domain - example: you type www.google.com and the dns client asks the dns server for this domain. Sometimes later you hopefully get the ip address.
The reverse lookup zone is for the other way - if you have an ip address and you use tracert to enumerate the routing path, your dns server looks into his database and gives you the domain name (if available). Reverse lookup zones are necessary in large, segmented ad infrastructure, especially if smallband network connections are in place.
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Re: what is the necessary for reverse lookup zone
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There are some programs which I remember using in similar circumstances to recover my original license key by using the upgrade key to do a reverse lookup, essentially. Those are the key words: reverse lookup. Use them in Google, along with recover product key.
When searching Google using these terms put each phrase in quotes, which forces the search engine to find an exact match to said phrases. This should result in links to forums or other user information resources which can guide you one step at a time through the process.
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Your first step in setting up DNS for your domain is create some A records, or host records, that point to servers that you are hosting resources (like a website). So, for example, let's say you are hosting a website on a server with IP 184.108.40.206. You'll create an A record for 'www' (without the quotes) to point to 220.127.116.11. This way, when someone goes to www.buy2sale.co.in, they'll be sent to your web server.