> > Yeah, but ping works *both* ways, which means that B can resolve A
> > happily enough when it's pinging, but can't resolve it when A is
> > trying to connect to B and B's trying to lookup the connecting
> > machine. Most odd.
> Kenn means reverse lookups, as in doing a DNS for something like
> 126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa, it for when you type in an IP address and it
> gets the host name back, tcpwrappers do it ..
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