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Using www.example.com as the A record

I want example.com and *.example.com to always resolve to www.example.com So if I set the DNS records as: www A server ip (root) CNAME www.example.com * CNAME ...
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ssl certificates for *.subdomain.example.com

I plan on getting a wildcard certificate for my domain like *.example.com, but I've heard varying reports about whether it will also work with second-level subdomains like *.subdomain.example.com -- ...
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Issue with Wild Card Domains

I am having an issue with the wild card domains. We use Windows 2003 Server. We have created a wild card entry in the DNS settings for one of our websites. We did this as we needed to create around ...
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Wildcard Domain on Juniper Netscreen

On a Juniper Netscreen firewall, is there a character that can be used as a wildcard with a domain? For example, under the Objects -> Addresses section, if I want to create a new object similar to ...
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Changing SSL Cert results in “Connection Interupted Error”

We are trying to apply a new certificate to our IIS webserver. However, whenever I go to IIS's admin interface and select the new cert, any browser requests come back with a "Connection Interrupted" ...
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Capture All DNS Traffic

I have a system that receives many different DNS requests every day from unauthorized users. What I need is a method to accept all DNS requests made to to this system and give back them back the same ...
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Can the same wildcard SSL certificate be used on different IP addresses and/or boxes?

Example: Wildcard SSL certificate for *.example.com installed on two different boxes. hostEU.example.com A 60.70.80.90 hostUS.example.com A 200.210.220.240 I assume this is a perfectly valid ...
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Error with ONE server under a wildcard certificate

We are having one user who is having an issue connecting to one of our servers. we have a wildcard cerificate : *.ourdomain.com user can go to d.ourdomain.com and have no certificate error in the ...
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Wildcard DNS, VirtualHosts on apache2, 404 for unused subdomains

On an Apache2 server linked to by a DNS that includes a wildcard entry, e.g. *.example.com, subdomains that are not defined as ServerNames in any VirtualHosts point to the first defined VirtualHost, ...
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How would you set up wildcard subdomains with nginx and tornado web server?

How would someone go about setting up wildcard sub-domains with the suggested Tornado deployment? Specifically for SaaS apps that would allow users to have http://username.example.com/ As well as ...
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Wildcards in Virtual Hosts with dynamic logs?

My Apache Virtual Hosts config currently has several repeats of this; <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName example1.com ServerAlias www.example1.com DocumentRoot /home/example1.com/www ...
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VirtualHosts with wildcard Domain Names subdomain.*

I am trying to setup Virtual Hosts on Apache that react to the certain subdomains but any domain name Such as subxdomain.* so any domain that points to the machine along with the subxdomain would ...
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Which wildcard SSL cert vendors allow you to set up the same cert on multiple servers? [closed]

We are looking to set up a service where multiple boxes, in different data centers, would allow HTTPS access. We are looking to set to buy a wildcard SSL cert to handle any number of vanity sub ...
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Setting up Wildcard subdomain (with reverse proxy) on apache 2.2.3

Hey All, What I am trying to achieve is the following: I want to have numerous subdomains such as abc.domain.com redirect to a url such as www.domain.com/something?subdomain=abc Since I am ...
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Is a wildcard CNAME DNS record valid?

I know it's valid to have a DNS A record that's a wildcard (e.g. *.mysite.com). Is it possible/valid/advised to have a wildcard CNAME record?
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DNS wildcard RRs of different type possible?

assume I have a domain with the following RRs: domain.com. IN A 1.2.3.4 domain.com. IN MX mail.domain.com. 10 * IN MX othermail.domain.com. 10 * ...
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Second Level Subdomain DNS Wildcard

I need help setting up a second level subdomain. I have set up wildcard subdomains in the past with success, but I am having trouble with the DNS entry for this one. I need to do something like ...
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Can I use the same wildcard certification for *.domain.com and domain.com

You can make an SSL certificate by using *.domain.com as the name. But unfortunately, this doesn't cover https://domain.com Is there any fix for this?
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DNS: wildcard domains

If I have a wildcard domain, is it possible to list specific subdomains that override the wildcard one? For example: *.domain.com. 3600 IN A 1.2.3.4 foo.domain.com. 3600 IN A 9.9.9.9
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Wildcard DNS and subdomains

Let'say that i've got the domain mydomain.com. I want that when any visitor goes to www.mydomain.com xyz.mydomain.com abc.mydomain.com asd.mydomain.com qwe.mydomain.com etc... the visitor will ...