andrew-hardy at innerface.net
Thu Apr 12 16:36:42 UTC 2018
Thank you so much.
Yes I know http is not really relevant, but I was just kind of providing
some kind of (unnecessary) context.
Thank you again. Will try the install soon. 😊
On Thu, Apr 12, 2018, 17:21 Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar at fantomas.sk>
> On 12.04.18 16:11, Andrew Hardy wrote:
> >Does bind support wildcard prefix
> >I want to install bind DNS server on my LAN to locally test a web
> >application that is designed to support receiving requests on different
> >domain prefixes.
> >Map *.mydomain.com to
> >For example 192.168.12.12
> *.mydomain.com. IN A 192.168.12.12
> >All arrive at http server on 192.168.12.12
> bind does not care about HTTP. BIND will point A records to your IP but
> that's all.
> Note that wildcard DNS has caveats, e.g. it only applies to otherwise
> non-existent records, not to any existent, so if you e.g. define
> abc.mydomain.com MX ...
> www.def.mydomain.com A ...
> then the *.mydomain.com will NOT apply to abc.mydomain.com
> some more info at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildcard_DNS_record
> >This is my primary need so I don't want to install if this is not my best
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