Reverse lookup zone in dns is not updating
If so, delegation will be propagated to the DNS by the RIPE NCC's name servers.For IPv4, the mapping of the reverse address space can only happen on "byte" boundaries, i.e. This means that you should take the four octets – the decimal numbers between the dots - of an IP address range, put them in reverse order and then map them into the domain.The full set of tests will happen after you submit the form.
In pointer records of the reverse database, this IP address is stored as the domain name 22.214.171.124. The resulting PTR record would look like this: Reverse DNS for IPv6 uses the hexadecimal notation on "nibble" boundaries, i.e. This means you should take the IPv6 address, expand all the zeros, put each hexadecimal number in reverse order and map them into the ip6domain.
This means that, as an address holder, you will have to configure two things.
First, you have to configure your zone for reverse DNS.
You should refer to this maintainer using the "mnt-domains:" attribute in the inetnum object for the address block that you hold.
You will be able to add the "mnt-domains:" attribute in the RIPE Database, for example using webupdates.