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I want to forward all * URLs to my IP address. Is this possible with Godaddy DNS? The reason I want this is so that I can deliver different logos based on the company using my application (eg., etc. will see a respective IBM and Bell logo at the top). I need the prefix so that my application will remain branded even without a user session on the system, such as on the logon, registration and password recovery screen. So I am also open to a criticism of this idea for as a branding solution, and a discussion of a better solution... [using ASP.NET]

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Move to ServerFault? – Fábio Batista Nov 28 '10 at 1:13
Its certainly nothing to do with html or css... might be possible with c# / .net though but not that I know of... – ClarkeyBoy Nov 28 '10 at 1:27
@ClarkeyBoy: Shouldn't be - .net wouldn't get any request if the dns isn't pointing in the right direction... – configurator Nov 28 '10 at 2:56

You want to add a cname record in the total dns settings

Host use * Points to IP address

Then just check the host with

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