Hi.\nI am trying to figure out Delegations of reverse lookup zones. I think that \nI got delegations of forward lookup zones right. Correct me if I am wrong:\nIf you need to delegate a zone, you will setup a zone (to be delegated) on \nServer2, and you will setup delegation on Server1. That will add NS record of \nServer2 as server authoritative for the new (delegated) zone to Server1, and \nit will create an A (glue) record that will be used to resolve Server2's IP \nat Server1.\nSo Server1 will direct all requests for resolution of hosts located in the \nnew zone to Server2, where the actual resolution will take place. \nAssuming this is correct.\nI cant figure out how delegation of reverse zones works. \nThe book (MS Press) says: "...to configure a DNS server named ns.contoso.com \nto delegate to another server named ns1.contoso.com reverse lookups of the \naddress space 192.168.1.0/24, you would configure a zone named \n0.1.168.192.in-addr.arpa on ns.contoso.com and add an NS record to perform \nthe delegation. The NS record would adopt the following format: 0/24 NS \nns1.contoso.com...."\n\nNow in this scenario. Where does the actual resolution happen? Seems that \nresolution happens on ns1.contoso.com. But I never created/configured any \nzones on ns1.contoso.com. How can it resolve anything?\n\nAnd if resolution happens on ns.contoso.com, how will the ns1.contoso.com \nknow to direct queries to be resolved on ns.contoso.com if I never created \nany records on ns1.contoso.com like "NS" or "A" records. \n\nAsking for help. Thanks in advance.