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From Matthew Daubenspeck <m...@oddprocess.org>
Subject Re: Virtual hosts problem (to Joshua, Raquel, and RuneImp)
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2002 01:52:36 GMT
At 08:44 PM 2/12/2002, you wrote:
>Joshua (and Raquel):
>I use register.com for my registrant; they have a "domain alias" section
>where you can configure various aliases for the domain name. I believe by
>default www. and ftp. both resolve to the basic hostname (and I have no
>problems with either of the two).
>
>As I mentioned in the previous email, I configured bishop.troop85.org to
>point to bishop.troop85.org. That sounds odd to me and I wonder if that is a
>problem. Both of you mentioned DNS configuration; since www.troop85.org
>works I assumed that the DNS works fine and anything else would be left up
>to the "domain aliases" and my server. Is this incorrect?
>
>I am starting to believe that I need to do something else on my server here.
>What should my /etc/hosts file look like for such a configuration?

Where does bishop.troop85.org point to? Itself? Do you control the aliases 
from your server, or does register.com? You either have to forward all 
hostnames (*.troop85.org) to your server IP, or individually forward names 
(whatever1.troop85.org, whatever2.troop85.org, etc etc.) to the same IP.


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