How to map a host name in one domain to host name of another domain?
kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Wed Jun 26 01:09:02 UTC 2002
> Kevin Darcy <kcd at daimlerchrysler.com> a =E9crit
> news:afao43$11sv$1 at isrv4.isc.org:
> > sam wrote:
> >> I have a host in my primary domain east.xxx.org.
> >> I want to map this east.xxx.org to www.myxyzdomain.com . So that
> >> people can use www.myxyzdomain.com instead of east.xxx.org. Where
> >> abcddomain.com is registered in the comTLD with NS pointing to
> >> ns1.xxx.org and ns2.xxx.org.
> >> Is it possible to do that above? What command in the ISC DNS-Bind
> >> 9.2.1 should I use to achieve the above scenario.?
> >> I have something like this in xxx.org zone file
> >> east.xxx.org 600 A 111.222.333.444
> > Create a www.myxyzdomain.com alias pointing at east.xxx.org. This
> > consists of a CNAME record in the myxyzdomain.com zone(file).
> > Am I missing something?
> It seems to be forbiden, at least with NT DNS.
Maybe it's time to switch to BIND.
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