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Old 05-10-2004, 10:37 AM   #1
CleonII
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Registered: May 2003
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Bind CNAME Problem


Hello
i have a bind server running and i wanto to redirect whit cname one of my domains to a specific URL.

but, this specific URL is one whit subfolders like www.google.com/labs/index.html

wen i use the formula

@ IN CNAME www.google.com.

it works,
but, when i use

@ IN CNAME www.google.com/labs/

it doesnt works.


i supose its because the las dot its not there, bur any solution would be very helpfull

thanx for advanced.!!


chespi
 
Old 11-01-2005, 09:27 AM   #2
mgmax
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BIND is only for resolving domains and subdomains (google.com, www.google.com) to IP adresses (216.239.57.99)

What you're possibly looking for is a HTTP redirect. This can be done with a .htacess file (if you use apache). You can easily find out how to do this with google or the forum search.

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