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Your OVH hosted domain dutchbridge.nl has two authoritative DNS servers, ;; AUTHORITY SECTION: dutchbridge.nl. 7200 IN NS ns109.ovh.net. dutchbridge.nl. 7200 IN NS dns109.ovh.net. ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION: ns109.ovh.net. 3600 IN A 213.251.128.153 dns109.ovh.net. 3600 IN A ...


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It's an old question, but still ranking pretty high when I was looking at a solution for a similar problem. The heroku docs you're looking for is the one on Custom Domains. For an old domain from NameCheap, with CPanel-backed hosting from them, I used those instructions to successfully point a subdomain to a rails app hosted on heroku.


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Edit httpd.conf to read; <VirtualHost *:80(443?)> ServerName example.com ServerAlias www.example.com DocumentRoot /your/doc/root/ </VirtualHost> Another little nifty trick for ServerAlias that i like is; ServerAlias *.example.com (gibberish.example.com@192.168.0.1:80), will still be go to example.com


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Add www.example.com as a ServerAlias to the VirtualHost you want it to use.


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With TCP mode, HAProxy won't decode the HTTP request, so your acl lines won't do anything and the frontend will never be able to match a backend, as shown by the logs you entered: mytraffic/<NOSRV> means it wasn't able to pick a backend or server. You'd have to split the 3 subdomains into 2 different frontends, each with their own IPs since they're ...


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I had this same issue and resolved it by directly copying the generated nginx config from the gitlab install to my nginx config directory. I found my gitlab nginx config at: /var/opt/gitlab/nginx/conf/gitlab-http.conf Pasting it here for posterity: # This file is managed by gitlab-ctl. Manual changes will be # erased! To change the contents below, edit ...


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You surely have already noticed that DNS does not care about the subnets when it comes to management. The typical management unit in a DNS infrastructure is a "zone" which would correspond to at least one domain. So if you wanted to delegate management tasks, you would delegate administration over a complete zone, thus at least the complete domain. Windows ...


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It makes it possible to have services available only on the sub-domain or only on the domain, or to have different behavior depending on the IP address. As noted in the comments, you can have different SSL certificates. But given that the both belong to the same domain hierarchy, a single certificate with an alias would work just as well. Network overhead ...


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My question is: Is there any added benefit of sending automated email from an email address with a subdomain? I don't think there are many technical reasons why a subdomain is required or necessarily better for deliverability of emails. That being said, having/using subdomains can sometimes make things easier for large organizations because: As ...


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You have a check that every request that does not start with www is redirected and gets an additional www. Because m.example.org does not start with a www it will be prefixed. You could solve this multiple ways, but to remain consistent with your approach let's refine the regexp server_name "~^([^.]*\.[^.]*)$"; So if the server name consists of two parts ...


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I can't speak to how Active Directory would be configured to allow you to remotely manage and automate the domain using nsupdate. What I can tell you is that you can reduce the headache somewhat by using NS delegations to each other for the individual records, and never defining static A or CNAME records for data that your team does not manage. Imagine you ...


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I may be mis-reading this, but it seems like a scheduled task to run once or twice a day would work. Read in the DNS records If the record IP address matches the criteria examine the security ACL for the ACE of a security group that manages the address Add the ACE if it does not exist. One example of code of how to access the zone and perform ...



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