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From Axel-St├ęphane SMORGRAV <Axel-Stephane.SMORG...@europe.adp.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Speed
Date Mon, 25 Jul 2005 07:50:06 GMT
DNS lookups currently show:

bio-world.com A 66.64.142.34
new.bio-world.com A 66.64.142.34

and no PTR records.

Is this setup temporary pending you getting the new site on-line? Is your intention to eventually
make new.bio-world.com point to your Apache server on 66.64.142.35?

I do note that http://new.bio-world.com/ and http://bio-world.com/ serve two distinct web
sites, the former just serving a reditection to http://66.64.142.35/, and the latter probably
being the old version of http://66.64.142.35/

CNAME is short for Canonical Name. It basically allows you to create an alias. You cannot
make a name an alias for an address.

If I have understood you correctly, what you want to do is put a new site online being served
by an Apache server at 66.64.142.35, accessed through the URL http://new.bio-world.com/. In
that case you will need to modify the A-record for new.bio-world.com to (assuming $ORIGIN
bio-world.com;)

new IN A 66.64.142.35

and assuming $ORIGIN 142.64.66.in-addr.arpa., you want to have your provider, NuVox Communications,
Greenville, SC 29061, set up a PTR record as follows:

35 IN PTR new.bio-world.com.

WRT the Apache configuration, I would recommend setting "ServerName new.bio-world.com", and
"UseCanonicalName On" if you have not already done that.

Once this is done, maybe it will be time to address your original problem again.

-ascs

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael [mailto:Michael@bio-world.com] 
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 7:16 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Speed

Here is the situation:
DNS has entry of
 new CNAME bio-world.com
bio-world is hosted at 66.64.142.34(IIS) and then there is redirection for new.bio-world.com
to 66.64.142.35 where the new.bio-world.com apache.
Somehow if i enter in DNS new CNAME 66.64.142.35 it doesnt work. I dont know why.
You wont be able to access http://66.64.142.34 or http://66.64.142.34/bioworld because this
different machine but you should be able to access wither http://66.64.142.35 http://66.64.142.35/bioworld
I`m going to upgrade apache then try to set up the PTR

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