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From "Robert r. Sanders" <robert.sand...@ipov.net>
Subject Re: Wild Card Hosting
Date Thu, 24 Mar 2005 16:25:50 GMT
You might also be able to do something similar by using Apache httpd as 
frontend and combining mod_jk with either mod_vhost or mod_rewrite.

Rob Hunt wrote:

>There are some domain-name-registrars/DNS-providers that allow you to set up a wildcard
"host" where their domain name servers will dynamically redirect HTTP requests.  For example:
>
>    http://*.domain.tld/  
>
>could be redirected to something like 
>
>    http://mywildcardhost.domain.tld/%SERVER_NAME%/ 
>
>
>where "%SERVER_NAME%" would take on the whatever "host" was originally used in the HTTP
request.  It's then a simple task of using a wildcard <url-pattern/> servlet mapping
("/*" in this example) to direct the request accordingly.
>
>This obviates the need to customize Tomcat code.  However, you'll probably need a nominal
monetary outlay to use the services of said DDNS provider.
>
>
>
>Read more:  http://www.changeip.com/
>  
>

-- 
    Robert r. Sanders
    Chief Technologist
    iPOV
    (334) 821-5412
    www.ipov.net


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