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From Rob Hartill <hart...@ooo.lanl.gov>
Subject Apache Server and CNAMES (fwd)
Date Mon, 08 Jul 1996 09:12:28 GMT
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> Date: Sun, 07 Jul 1996 13:03:01 -0400
> From: Jeremy Hansen <jeremy@mortly.xxedgexx.com>
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> I am just confirming that apache virtual servers will work with CNAMES.  I was under
the impression that for
> each hostname I would have to setup an A record, but just for kicks I used a CNAME for
a hostname and it
> appears that apache is also binding to a CNAME address, with a seperate docs directory
and everything.  I know
> your prolly think, duh, but well I think it's cool, cause it saves me about 20 IP addresses
that I can use for
> domain names now.  Heh, thanks, just confirming that what I'm doing is gonna work out
ok, will people from
> other networks also get the same results on the page I setup with a CNAME?  Thanks.
> -- 
> Jeremy Hansen
> 


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