If someone can help. . .great. But I mostly just want to vent because I don't know of a way out of this. Recently, I upgraded my company's internet connection from 3.0mpbs to 4.3mpbs. We have 3 T-1 tied to together. Well, we use the worst Internet Provider in the world, AT&T Worldnet. These freaks claimed we could not keep our same IP scheme. They forced us to change our external IPs. Well, first they came back with a scheme that only gave us 32 addresses. Originally, we had 64. I screamed bloody murder, so they upgraded us to 128. How can you buy a bigger service and get less IPs???? Anyway, we get the circuit installed after much trouble. I admit to doing some things wrong with my firewall, but after a few hours, I figured out the problems. The only thing that is left unresolved is reverse DNS. I wasn't thinking at the time. But AT&T told me that I needed to resolve this issue with my DNS provider, Network Solutions. I went to NS. They claimed they could make the entries. And they were so bad they screwed up the DNS entries that I had already that were working fine. Needless to say, we stop receiving emails. I made the correction and that was resolved. So I went back to NS again, this time, I guess I got someone with some knowledge. She apologized and admitted that NS have the ability or the knowledge to make these entries. I went back to AT&T immediately. Of course, they admitted to lying. The issue is that they want me to give them all of my DNS business just so I can make this stupid little entry for reverse DNS. Well, needless to say. . .I'm hot!!!! Does anyone know of a way to get a reverse DNS entry on a live DNS server? Is there some public table that I can edit?? I know that AT&T owns the real IP, but all I would need is access to a live DNS box. Thanks in advance.