Is it possible to have one IP, but multiple domain names ?
I need help on this, if anyone knows of a simple method ? i.e. named.xxx
I am trying to run "named" in my server, not NIS+
Regarding Solaris 2.5 x86
What you can't do is reverse domain lookup on a single IP address, where
the IP address is used to furnish the domain name. I've seen a machine
lock up tighter'n hell during an experiment with just that. But then you
probably want inbound traffic, I expect.
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Sure, just give them all the same IP address with A records, or use
If this was not the answer you were looking for, please be more
specific as to what you're trying to do.
>I need help on this, if anyone knows of a simple method ? i.e. named.xxx
>I am trying to run "named" in my server, not NIS+
>Regarding Solaris 2.5 x86
My LAN has several hosts with one of them using a dynamic dns to allow
access from the internet.
What I want to do is to be able to get to more than one of my local
hosts through this single ip address. I figure the domain names would
mylan.dyndns.org, then host2.mylan.dyndns.org, host3.mylan.dyndns.org
How do I do this? Since dyndns can (apparently) use the
one current IP address, how can I get to the other hosts on the LAN
with a domain name like above from the internet?
To clarify, I'm not talking about multiple web sites but multiple