Let's say you have a single physical host with multiple IP addresses with each IP running one or more websites/services.
DNS best practice is apparently to have PTRs pointing to the physical host name, so you might have:
when your forward DNS is:
and CNAME's for www pointing to the A record for each domain.
By default the ACC resolves source/destination by reverse dns, so using the best practise above you wouldn't quickly and easily see which traffic was for which website.
Is there any workaround for this please?
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