1. What kind of reverse delegation service does CNNIC provide?
Answer: CNNIC provides reverse delegation service for IP addresses that are allocated by CNNIC. The units for Reverse DNS Delegation are /16 and /24 and the Alliance Member shall apply for the service to obtain it.
2. As for IP addresses that are not allocated by CNNIC, will CNNIC provide reverse delegation service?
Answer: CNNIC can not provide reverse delegation service for IP addresses that are not allocated by CNNIC.
3. Will CNNIC provide reverse delegation for a particular IP address?
Answer: When clients of the Alliance Member require reverse delegation service of a particular IP address from the Alliance Member, The Alliance Member can request us to provide /24 (category C) reverse delegation service after filling in Application Form of Reverse Delegation. After we finish the resolution, the Alliance Member can provide further reverse delegation of the particular IP address to its clients. CNNIC is responsible for providing reverse delegation to the Alliance Member, and the Alliance Member is responsible for providing reverse delegation to its clients.
4. How long will it take to process the application of reverse delegation?
Answer: CNNIC will reply to the Alliance Member after receiving Application Form of Reverse Delegation and inform it of the processing of the application. We will notify the Alliance Member by e-mail within 1 to 2 workdays that the resolution has been finished and ask them to verify the resolution results. If the Alliance Member does not receive any our notification after 2 workdays, please call 010-62619750 and transfer to “IP team of Technology Department”.
5. How to look up whether the reverse delegation has become effective?
Answer: The Alliance Member can use the command subsequent to cmd to look up whether the reverse delegation has become effective.
Take 188.8.131.52/24 for example:
If the resolution is successful, the server information will be presented after the commands above are input.