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comment Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain
Now using an A record to point the naked domain to a free redirect service - wwwizer.com/naked-domain-redirect - working like a charm...
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accepted Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain
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comment Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain
Read up on FQDN. True. I was confused. I have to use CNames. Thats how Amazon Web Services works. The MX records are set up correctly and working. Mostly.
Feb
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comment Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain
@MadHatter, I changed my terminology to naked domain. I hope that's more correct.
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comment Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain
@NickW I can't use an A record. It has to be a CName.
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revised Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain
Corrected terminology.
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comment How do I set up a basic IPv6 video stream using VLC
I'm using OS X 10.6.8
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comment How do I set up a basic IPv6 video stream using VLC
I think it has something to do with my machine not realizing that I'm trying to stream to a multicast address that I created. I think its looking in the neighbor table instead of just streaming it to the network.
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comment How do I set up a basic IPv6 video stream using VLC
Snow Leopard...
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comment How do I set up a basic IPv6 video stream using VLC
I'm still getting a "no route to host" in the log file... (I'm on OS X, by the way, so my screens are slightly different)
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comment How do I set up a basic IPv6 video stream using VLC
Thanks Chris, I'll give it a go!
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