IP numbers were provided as an example of four seperate 3 digit octets.
But even if the IP address is incorrect, the main problem is the truncation of the last digit.


What do you expect it to do with a bad DNS entry? That's not a valid IP Address. I would expect it to muck it up, since it's pre-mucked.


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