NEWBIE - simple question.
barmar at alum.mit.edu
Sat Nov 13 07:13:03 UTC 2004
In article <cn37tk$1udi$1 at sf1.isc.org>, kpipeg at hotmail.com (kpipeg)
> Hi folks!
> FOA I must recognize that I have no idea about DNS configuration and I
> basically would like to know if it is possible one configuration
> before I start to learn the whole thing.
> I basically would like to have one web-server say www.mydomain.com
> which will be accessed by all requests which contain mydomain.com ie
> w2k.mydomain.com - ttt.mydomain.com - kkk.mydomain.com. where w2k, ttt
> and kkk do not have their own entry in the DNS configuration files.
> Is it possible to have such configuration without specifying hundreds
> of servers or DNS protocols require specific ips for specific domain
Use a wildcard:
*.mydomain.com. IN A <address of server>
You'll also have to consult the documentation of the web server to see
if it provides a way to support this.
Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
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