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Date:      Tue,  5 Nov 96 12:27:03 -0600
From:      Ben Black <black@gage.com>
To:        moos@degnet.baynet.de
Cc:        dwhite@resnet.uoregon.edu, FreeBSD-questions <questions@freebsd.org>, aricio1@srv1-bsb.bsb.nutecnet.com.br
Subject:   Re: how to: ip aliases
Message-ID:  <9611051827.AA26781@squid.gage.com>
In-Reply-To: <327F3B96.72EC@degnet.baynet.de>
References:  <Pine.BSI.3.94.961104231317.5689I-100000@gdi.uoregon.edu> <327F3B96.72EC@degnet.baynet.de>

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>You can do this without IP-aliasing. When it is acceptable, that the
>virtual domain is a CNAME to your own domain. This requires some
>configuration to the nameservices.
>

and browser support for it.  this is not currently the best solution.


b3n

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<smaller>>You can do this without IP-aliasing. When it is acceptable, that
the
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>virtual domain is a CNAME to your own domain. This requires some
>configuration to the nameservices.
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and browser support for it.  this is not currently the best solution.


b3n
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