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From "Glen Vickers" <ldwra...@xmission.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] name resolution
Date Mon, 14 May 2007 23:05:27 GMT
http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/358

 

This article might be of help to you

 

On May 14, 2007, at 6:35 PM, Glen Vickers wrote:





K I figured out whats going on with my virtual hosts.  I have to have 3
because of the differences.  But I noticed that if I go sillumutah.com or
sillumutah.net  it works fine.. 

 

If I put the WWW in front or any other prefix it bombs to the default.  So
my guess is its my virtual server config.  Only reason I say that is because
my DNS resolves all addresses properly to the correct IP address.  So I
looked online and thought I had it.  My last test said NO!  so my friends.
What am I missing to get the WWW or any other prefix to work?

 

Keep in mind that nslookup does pull up each of these correctly with all
prefix's. both inside and out.. So I'm stumped.

 

NameVirtualHost *:80

<VirtualHost *:80>

    ServerAdmin monk@buddistpalm.net

    DocumentRoot /var/www/html

    ServerName www.buddistpalm.net

    ServerAlias buddistpalm.net *.buddistpalm.net

    ErrorLog logs/buddispalm.net-error_log

    CustomLog logs/buddistpalm.net-access_log common

</VirtualHost>

 

<VirtualHost *:80>

    ServerAdmin monk@buddistpalm.net

    DocumentRoot /var/www/sillumutah

    ServerName www.sillumutah.com

    ServerAlias sillumutah.com *.sillumutah.com

    ErrorLog logs/sillumutahcom.error_log

    CustomLog logs/sillumutahcom.access_log common

</VirtualHost>

 

<VirtualHost *:80>

    ServerAdmin monk@buddistpalm.net

    DocumentRoot /var/www/sillumutah

    ServerName www.sillumutah.net

    ServerAlias sillumutah.net *.sillumutah.net

    ErrorLog logs/sillumutahnet.error_log

    CustomLog logs/sillumutahnet.access_log common

</VirtualHost>





I like what you have there and it does make sense, only thing is that I
don't think it's my DNS.  I'm using bind as well and this is 1 of my host
files.  It's the same across the board really and works for the main domain.
But then again I might be missing something there.  

 

$TTL 3D

@       IN      SOA     ns1.sillumutah.zone. hostmaster.sillumutah.com. (

                        20071302

                        3600

                        3600

                        3600

                        3600 )

 

                NS      www.sillumutah.com.

sillumutah.com. MX      10 mail.sillumutah.com.

localhost.sillumutah.com        A       127.0.0.1

shaolin.sillumutah.com          A       199.104.125.190

sillumutah.com                  CNAME   shaolin.sillumutah.com.

mail.sillumutah.com             CNAME   shaolin.sillumutah.com.

ns1.sillumutah.com              CNAME   shaolin.sillumutah.com.

www.sillumutah.com              CNAME   shaolin.sillumutah.com.

 

its worked in the past so what your saying is that the example they give
would be better concidering the NIC is an internal address?


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