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* Do you know what the PTR record is?
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The PTR record, or Pointer record, points an IP to its hostname. This IP - 184.108.40.206 is one of Google’s IP. If you make a reverse DNS lookup, you will receive the hostname for it. You can further check the hostname if its Google’s and be sure that you are browsing safe.
PTR servers as a verification for the host. This is why it is used in almost every mail server. The receiving mail server will check if there are PTR records, and if there are not, the mail of the outgoing mail server will go directly to spam.
It is not hard to create PTR records. They will require first to make the Reverse DNS zone. There you can easily add a PTR record. One PTR record per IP address. If you would like to read more about PTR records, please click here!