Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN)

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FQDN for server with various domians

I have a question regarding setting the FQDN on a server, well, technically, a vserver that serves a variety of domains. I have understood that the FQDN is a globally unique address that points to a ...
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Can't resolve DNS for RDWeb externally

I'm having trouble accessing RDWeb Access Server via internet browser using my FQDN (https://ifodgw.abacushub.io/rdweb) externally. I am able to access it externally using the elastic ip address 52.16....
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5 seconds for hostname -f and a strange DNS request

My question addresses a strange behaviour of hostname -f on my Gentoo Linux System. The symptom: rt01 ~ # time hostname -f rt01.domain.net real 0m5.007s user 0m0.001s sys 0m0.000s With ...
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Fully Qualified Domain Name of VPS [duplicate]

I'm really confused by FQDN. So there is this file on my debian machine /etc/hosts. What exactly goes in there? Say my VPS is located at ipadress: 39.22.11.99 And i have a couple of domains all ...
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What hostname and rDNS should I choose?

What should I set as hostname and rDNS? 1 server 3 domains (domain1.com, domain2.net, domain3.de) 1 mail server for each domain My current settings: /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 localhost 11.22.33.44 ...
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Not able to login through FQDN or IP address

I have kind of a weird situation here. I have a server running W2k8 R2 with SP1 where I am able to login with hostname\administrator but neither with IPAddress\Administrator nor with FQDN\...
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FQDN, DNS, Hosts, postfix

Let's say I bought this domain: example.com Name servers under DNS manager all points to example.com That subdomain(example.com) of nameservers points to an IP. Also, note that hostname unique is ...
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Checking if my hostname is correct (ovh vps + centos7)

I recently purchased a VPS from OVH with Centos 7 preinstalled. I want to make sure my hostname is correctly set. According to some tutorials: hostname returns the hostname hostname -f returns the ...
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Postfix sends to FQDN Hostname instead of Domain Name

I have installed a send only postfix. Postfix works when I send a mail to a full email address. However, if a mail to sent to a user, it adds the FQDN name as the extension instead of just the domain ...
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Linux Hosting: What is the purpose of setting hostname/FQDN in hosts file?

I just bought a Linode VPS hosting plan and was following this guide to set up. In the "Setting the Hostname" section and "Update /etc/hosts " section, it says the FQDN/hostname to be set here does ...
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Postfix Send only Without a FQDN

I'm using OSSEC and Nagios to build a sort of HID system on our network. Everything is going smoothly so far; however I cannot get OSSEC to send email alerts. What I'm trying to do right now is get ...
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In a SPN string, can dns/domain part before and after @-sign be different?

We need to ask the user for settings to build the SPN for a webserver. I'm fairly new to Active Directory and have no knowledge about forests etc. At the moment I can only see the need for asking '...
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External FQDN for RDS server? or sub-domain?

I am trying to setup a terminal server and need to have an external FQDN name. So far we have a main domain name hosted by 3rd party. lets call it "aaa.com" We also have subdomain name called "mail....
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DNS FQDN connections behaves random issues

I have windows environment centralized authenticated & managed via Active directory I have 2 middleware servers with exact same application [1 is Live, other is powered off] hostname 1: app1....
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Replacing host with another at runtime using same FQDN [closed]

I have host h1 running a few services. It registers with a central server and the server requires its FQDN and IP. I can specify any FQDN here. At run time, if h1 were to be replaced with another host ...
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Linux: What is the right way to configure the HOSTNAME directive in /etc/sysconfig/network? [duplicate]

There's a (quiet) argument between me and my boss in regard to the right way to configure HOSTNAME directive in /etc/sysconfig/network file: As far as I know, in the HOSTNAME directive you should ...
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New Domain DC Adds FQDN (including forest) to DNS - Cant Resolve

I added a new domain recently to our AD. It was added using the option to add a new domain to an existing forest. So now we have the original domain.local which is in the forest also called domain....
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“Add Server” in MMC not showing fqdn. Any ideas?

and Nothing is "broken" but my curiosity (and sadly O.C.D) has my wondering why when I add another server through MMC it doesn't show the fqdn of the "added" server, just the hostname. Tutorials ...
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MSE changed windows firewall settings and win server 2008 r2 can not be access by it's name anymore

i have installed Microsoft Security Essentials on Win server 2008 R2 and it modified the Windows firewall, this caused an access problem, win server 2008 R2 can not be accessed by it's name anymore ...
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Webmin: write “short” records to zone file?

I'm using webmin to manage BIND DNS zones which until now have been managed manually. When I add a new record in webmin (A or CNAME) it's writing the FQDN (host + zone) into the zone file. While this ...
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In /etc/hosts is there something special about the first hostname for any given line?

I know that the first one is said to be canonical, but I don't fully understand the practical implications. This question was triggered by the man page for hostname -f, specifically when it says: ...
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Which domain name to use for a FQDN?

I've been reading for hours on this and am still stuck. Everything I've read indicates I need my hostname and a domain name to get a FQDN. But what about a setup where I have one hostname, using ...
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AD DNS conditional forwarding returns short name instead of fqdn

First of all this isn't a copy of DNS Conditional forwarder returns NETBIOS instead of FQDN (just sounds very similar). We have two separate domains that do conditional forwarding to eachother. Each ...
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setting numerical hostname in Proxmox

I am using Proxmox. I tried to run new OpenVZ container and I set my recently registered domain as a hostname in format "three digit number dot ie" (XXX.ie). The problem is, that after starting server,...
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Possible to have FQDN in Debian Logfiles?

Is it possible to have instead the hostname the fqdn inside debian log files? Example: Now its: Mar 2 18:00:12 www rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="5.8.11" x-pid="2442" x-info="http:...
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rsyslogd and FQDN - cannot get FQDN from clients

I setup a syslogserver with rsyslogd and 3 clients. Logs from 3 test clients are sent to the server, so far so good. My Problem is: I can't get the FQDN hostnames to work. According to rsyslog.com ...
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Incorrect FQDN on Exim4 send-only SMTP mail server

I am pretty new to Linux systems and I am trying to send e-mail to my gmail ID using exim4. I found many tutorials for exim4 online and I am doing exactly that, however I never receive any email. The ...
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Understanding apparent DNS changes between centos 6 and 7

I have a couple of test systems running Centos 6 and I thought I'd try out Centos 7. Apart from all the obvious differences (no iptables, no ifconfig), there is one thing that really had me scratching ...
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Confused about Linux Hostname, DNS Hostnames and FQDN Hostname

This might sound stupid and basic to some of you, but I am still so confused about this even after reading numerous sources on the net. My questions still unclear are: Is the Hostname in machine (...
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how can I change the FQDN of an exchange 2013 server [closed]

During the setup of our Exchange 2013 server, when asked for my FQDN, I entered in 'fabricam.com.CS.local', but it needs to be pointed at 'mail.fabricam.com'. I've tried deleting the current records ...
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Wrong FQDN on Debian server

I have defined the server's FQDN and its alias in /etc/hosts: X.X.X.X server1.example.com server1 However, the command hostname --fqdn only returns the alias (server1) and not the FQDN. Why is that?...
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DFS Namespace with alternative FQDN beside the existing domain FQDN

We have a domain, from previous maintainer which have a 'long' FQDN e.g. dot.longname.top which makes the DFS structure longer, could of course have several DFS Namespace and that is also the goal ...
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Rename a GlusterFS Peer

I have a 2 peer GlusterFS system. It was initially created using simple hostnames file01 and file02. These hosts were added to /etc/hosts to make it work. Now we want to start using FQDN because we ...
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Exchange TLS Receive Connector Cert

We are using Securence incoming filtering in front of our Exchange 2010 server. It's basically a spam filter. I'm trying to get TLS communication between Securence and our server on incoming ...
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Why do nameservers have thier own names? [duplicate]

For example, lets say there is a hosting company, hostingcompany.com, with nameserver ns1.hostingcompany.com. When I type hostingcompany.com into my browser, my computer contacts a top level domain ...
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Definition of Fully qualified domain name

I tried to search to Internet for a definition of a FQDN. Wikipedia says, a FQDN specifies its exact location in the tree hierarchy of the Domain Name System (DNS) I would interpret this, that ...
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Exchange 2010 HELO header change

I couldn't find any appropriate step by step guide for changing HELO header values in Exchange 2010. The problem is that the server doesn't allow changing the Default FQDN in: EMC -> Server ...
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Best practices for FQDN for standalone domain (is a two part domain.tld okay?)

I've searched quite a bit and can't seem to find a straight, modern answer on this. If I am hosting a domain, say, mydomain.com, on a machine which is going to solely be used for that domain, and ...
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Name Mismatch - Incorrect Remote Computer Name

Our team recently decided to reconfigure an old Windows Server 2012 group of servers/network to set it up for production use. We recently renamed the old domain for all the servers, reattached each ...
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Tomcat resources not resolving correctly

I'm trying to deploy MITRE's OpenID Connect Java Spring Server using Tomcat. My server's FQDN is park.muller.io. I've compiled the MITRE server and placed the .war file into the Tomcat webapps ...
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Use IP address or FQDN [closed]

I am preparing servers infrastructure consisting MYSQL , LDAP , PHP and FTP. I have all servers have static public and private IP(LAN). Now while configuring SSL i am facing problem of FQDN. For ...
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How to configure a FQDN the right way for my multisite VPS? [closed]

I have a new VPS with 1 site. Very soon there will be a lot of sites here. First problem from today: I noticed that emails that database backups that are being sent to my email are marked as spam. ...
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Linux exim send-only mail server with NO domain

I'm not sure I understand the whole principle behind what is needed for a mail server so I need some clarification and have some questions. I am trying to setup a mail server on my personal server ...
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How do I redirect/rewrite to the FQDN URL without setting ServerName?

Often in intranets, users will direct URLs to a hostname without supplying the FQDN. Example: http://internalHost Instead of http://internalHost.example.com I would like to redirect users / ...
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How to set the fqdn on a CentOS server? [duplicate]

I set my hostname in the /etc/sysconfig/network file to host.example.com HOSTNAME=host.example.com Fyi, I then issued a reboot on the machine. I have a problem with Puppet: when I run Facter on ...
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Validity of a FQDN with a hostname consisting entirely of numbers

Is a FQDN valid if the hostname component is entirely numeric? It's not something I've come across before and I'm not sure if something like the following is legal: 001.example.com. I know it's an ...
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What should I use for the FQDN of a server hosting only a subdomain?

I am setting up a server to host an application which will be on a subdomain, let's say "application.foo.com". "foo.com" is hosted on a completely different server, points to a different IP, etc. Do ...
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Name resolving issue

I have a problem with my VoIP server name not resolving by voip.companyname.com If I try to ping it from windows 7/w2k8 the request is not coming back unless I type FQDN which would by voip....
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Setting up DNS server to accept dynamic updates without FQDN

I have set up a Win2k8 R2 server with the DNS role enabled. I had to add the server to a fictional workgroup/domain called dns.com so as to be able to use it as a primary DNS server to my network of ...
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Why do I need to set a hostname?

I know there's quite a few questions about host names. But even after reading them, I didn't really understand the concept of host names entirely. So here's my question: I've been following this ...