I want to keep some web projects in my local host so my customers can access some webapps I'm developing.
I've got a domain name that is currently mapped to my dynamic home ip. e.g:
demo.mydomain.com -> maps to my currenty ip running apache
What I want to to is to map *.demo.mydomain.com to a concrete document path in my home server
customer1.demo.mydomain.com -> should point to the folder where the webapp for the customer1 lives
I'm aware of apache virtual host configuration (i.e. dynamically map a subdomain to a path in the web server), but the problem is that if I put the previous url in the browser (customer1.demo.mydomain.com) the page is not found, so I guess the dns resolution is failing
The question is how should I configure my domain provider to allow child subdomain wildcards? I'm using Enom (got it after setting up my Google Apps account)