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From Nelson Goforth <ngofo...@earthnet.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] URL
Date Fri, 31 Jan 2003 05:11:27 GMT
Nina,

There is a part of your question that DOES apply to Apache.

If your DNS was set up so that the A Record pointed "mydomain.com" to 
your IP address, then ALL requests to the IP address would go there and 
could be dealt with by Apache, and you could send different request to 
different areas using httpd.conf

But sometimes DNS records have been set specifically so that 
"www.mydomain.com" goes to the IP address, and all other forms of the 
request, like "mydomain.com" or "users.mydomain.com" are ignored.

But again, you need to talk to your server or host.

If you want to see the DNS records and settings that apply to your 
domain, try this site:

      http://www.nslookup.be/index.jsp

Nelson
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          Nelson GOFORTH 				Lighting for Moving Pictures
          +1.303.322.5042 				http://www.earthnet.net/~ngoforth/film


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