In computer sciences, an alias is a name which usually designates an already-named reference.

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DNS CNAME Record windows 2003 R2 server by IP address

I am trying to add a CNAME record to point to an ip address. I have added the CNAME record to the primary DNS server that looks like this: foobar Alias(CNAME) 192.168.50.11 I restarted the DNS ...
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Issue with SSH Aliases and Tunneling

I want to connect to server B which is behind a firewall, using AliasForB. I SSH to server A first, and then from there I can SSH to server B. I am attempting to connect directly to server B by typing ...
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Alias to twisted server content?

I have buildbot, using twisted, configured to run on port 8010. If I navigate to http://mysite.com:8010 I can access everything just fine. However, I want people to see the page at ...
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Basic apache alias question

Right now I access my dev. server as localhost. How do I change it so that I can type "myservername" and it will work as an "alias" for localhost? Thanks
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Directory alias vs variable in profile

What are the advantages of aliasing a directory (in my .profile) as opposed to setting a shell variable to it (and exporting of course). alias MY_DIR=/usr/local/data/test/ vs ...