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SSH can't do that because SSH protocol does not include the requested hostname in the call. (HTTP is one of the few protocols that does include the requested hostname, which is how it can be used for virtual hosting.) There are a couple of other things you might try instead: You could create separate users for each subdomain, but with the same UID as the ...


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This is NOT possible because SSH protocol does not send the requested hostname anywhere in the packets. My idea on implementing this would be to use something like OpenVZ to isolate the subdomains and have a separate IP for each subdomain.


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You need to set up a DirectoryIndex for your subdomain DirectoryIndex index.html The default DirectoryIndex is probably set to something else, and on an Amazon Linux AMI, when Apache can't find an index file, the 404 error handlers directs you to the index.html file in /var/www/html. You'll be able to see that in the welcome.conf file in ...


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Here is my working nginx configuration for gitlab. Subdomain should work fine if specified as server_name. And as @eric-dannielou mentioned check so that /etc/nginx/sites-available/gitlab is symlined in /etc/nginx/sites-enabled /etc/nginx/sites-available/gitlab # GITLAB # Maintainer: @randx # App Version: 5.0 upstream gitlab { server ...


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First and foremost, make sure you own the domain.tld you plan on using (mit.edu). Even if this never connects to the internet, that's not the point. There are huge benefits to having a hierarchy of dns that at least somewhat matches the org. I've only seen this done when there is someone/people to manage that department in terms of IT support. This is in ...


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In today's world, I do not recommend creating new zones with arbitrary top level domains, as these might make it into "official dns" at any point in time. I personally would favor the subdomain delegation scenario, as it seems to be fitting what you try to do. (Consolidate but give control to engineering) Maybe you can even find a web-front-end for MS DNS ...



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