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Oct
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comment “Recursive” Wildcard DNS for Amazon Route 53
I want both mysite.co.uk.network.com and mysite.com.network.com to be valid. Ugly I know, but the alternative is mysitecomuk.network.com.
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Oct
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comment In my /etc/hosts/ file on Linux/OSX, how do I do a wildcard subdomain?
This example doesn't work for me, possibly because I'm using vagrantup.com for local serving. Don't worry, I already changed the IP to the correct one 192.168.50.11 but DNS is not resolving. Any ideas, is this example correct for "non-127.0.0.1" IP's?
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comment “Recursive” Wildcard DNS for Amazon Route 53
Similar question - seems like maybe this is not possible? serverfault.com/questions/546554/…
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comment Bare minimal Chef provisioning and deployment?
My answer below might shed some light on this question - serverfault.com/questions/340603/…
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answered Bare minimal Chef provisioning and deployment?
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