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Is it possible to use DNS to take any requests that come from:

for example:

to be routed to:

All of the URL after the domain should be removed.


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No, DNS just translates hostnames. You would have to configure your web server to do this.

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thx, not the asnwer we wanted, but who says you get what you want. Thx. – Jon Jun 3 '10 at 16:06
It would be pretty easy to configure apache to do this, if needed. – Bill Weiss Jun 3 '10 at 18:16

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