Chris Mosentine Absent Member.
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changing subnets and reverse lookup zone

Hi All: The company I work for has merged into a larger organization. Before the merger I assigned 10/8 subnets to each of our offices and therefore have a 10.IN-ADDR.ARPA reverse look-up zone. We will be connecting to the larger company's network soon, and as a run up to that I have been assigned a new subnet, namely 10.110/16 which I am sub-dividing into 10.110/21 subnets. My dns servers are running on OES 2015sp1 and OES 2018 servers and therefore I use the dns-dhcp console.

Do I/should I change the reverse lookup zone from 10.IN-ADDR.ARPA to 10.110.IN-ADDR.ARPA so that my dns servers are doing reverse lookups only for our new subets? If I should, how the heck do I do it using the dns-dhcp console?

Thanks much, Chris.
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