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My ISP is providing me a user dns like "user".ddns."providersite.com". I made "img" subdomain on localhost. I`ve edited the win host file, adding

127.0.0.1 img.localhost

and I`ve added this to the apache virtual host

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName img.localhost
DocumentRoot "C:/www/web/img"
DirectoryIndex index.php index.html index.htm index.shtml
</VirtualHost>

So can I make ot work on the internet - img."user".ddns."providersite.com" ? Is it even possible ?

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You might ask your ISP to put a wildcard subdomain on "user".ddns.providersite.com like *.user.providersite.com

But it completely depends on your provider to resolve the domain. If I remember it correctly there are other DDNS-providers which include this feature. A (german) provider which I remember is Servermaster. You might try looking there

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Agreed. You could always do this with your own domain, too. You could create multiple CNAME records, all pointing back to your ISP-provided DNS name. – CarloBaldini Nov 6 '10 at 14:19

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