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What's happening is this: Client looks up random subdomain of mydomain.com in DNS (random.mydomain.com) You have a wildcard DNS record that resolves that subdomain to the IP address for your main domain (mydomain.com) Client's browser connects to your server on that IP address, sending random.mydomain.com as the host header for the HTTP connection Because ...
The First IP is the IP that has been resolved by the DNS-Server. The second IP should be your Router that tells you that the TTL expired in transit. So when the destination is not reachable. The last router gives you an error.
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