wael.shaheen at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 10:18:42 UTC 2006
Mark Andrews wrote:
> > > > Hello,
> > > > We would like to return a particular IP address instead of a negative
> > > > response to DNS queries for non-existent sites.
> > > > I know there may be some resistance to doing this from purists, but for
> > > > a low-cost provider, any additional income we can generate by
> > > > redirecting such requests to a search pages with ads that generate
> > > > money, allows us to keep our costs low.
> > > > Thanks!
> > >
I believe you are looking for a costly solution as well,
to do this kind of redirection you will not use DNS in any way, what
you have to do is
force HTTP Proxy or redirect all incoming port 80 requests to an
existing HTTP proxy at your site and from that proxy you can redirect
particular IP or range or even requested websites to wherever you want.
this will involve a high capable L 4-7 switch.
other wise you will not need an HTTP proxy and you can use an appliance
that can do these things for you, like FrontPorch or any other product.
you will need a L4-7 swich as well for port mirroring.
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