Questions tagged as ['wildcard-subdomain']
I installed a cert for my server a while ago using certbot, and cant remember if I setup as a wildcard or not, What command can I run to see if it is or not?
I want to include two wildcards in an SSL cert (will be) signed by Let's Encrypt:
*.*.thost3.de. Will this cert match any hostnames matching that rule (e.g.
hello.world.thost3.de), and can Let's Encrypt accept such wildcards exist in certs they signed?
I want to use wildcards in Apache. What I actually want to do is:
ServerName wiki-*.thost3.de, and the
*must be accessible by further configurations.
- Provide the contents at
*is the same as what
*means on the first line.
How to do that?
Hmm... Actually, it's not limited to Apache configs, some external scripts could do the second step, but Apache config is the best when ...
I have a server which I use with my own domain name, with a wildcard DNS record. On the server side, I use the nginxproxy docker image to autogenerate VHosts. This allows me to add new websites/pages/services on the fly with their own subdomain simply by starting a new docker container. I also use the nginxproxy/acme-companion docker image to manage letsencrypt certificates for all of these automaticall ...
I am using apache2 server for a domain which has several subdomains. Each subdomain needs to be on https. I have a wildcard certificate installed for this and it works fine. Now one specific subdomain domain (api.mydomain.com) needs to proxypass to a upstream node service on https. How do I achieve this in the vhost config below:
<VirtualHost *:443> DocumentRoot /var/www/html ServerName mydom ...
I have a domain (let's say
example.com), and I currently have a Let's Encrypt certificate set up and properly working for
www.example.com for Apache on an Amazon Linux 2 AMI EC2 instance, and I'm trying to reconfigure the certificate to set it up for a wildcard domain (i.e.,
I SSH'ed into the EC2 instance and ran the following command in an attempt to do this (with the rea ...
I have a service
example.com that needs to allow users to host a few files in their own subdomain
userpage-userabc.example.com, similarly as does Github with
I currently use Apache, and each time I want to configure a new domain or subdomain, I have to create manually a new
<VirtualHost>, restart the Apache server, etc.
This is not possible here.
Example: if a visitor crea ...
I host my app with cloud run and use domain from GoDaddy. It is work perfectly. Now I want to make possible have url address for every users account like user1.myapp.com, user2.myapp.com. How can I do it with cloud run and GoDaddy?enter image description here
example.com and the following use cases:
- SSL only
- www. will be redirected to example.com (no www.)
- example.com will reverse proxy to :3000
- fix1.example.com will reverse proxy to :3001
- fix2.example.com will reverse proxy to :3002
- *.example.com will reverse proxy to :4000
- *.example.com/admin will reverse proxy to :5000
- example.com/admin, fix1.example.com, fix2.example.com,... will not h ...
Let's assume we own the domain
example.com. In Google Cloud, I would like to achieve the following setup.
There are two Cloud Run services available at
There is a third backend service running in App Engine available at
There are is a dockerized Nginx container with a frontend deployed to App Engine at
frontend-a.example.com. This is the ...
I'm forwarding all e-mails for a domain owned by a friend to his real e-mail address. This works fine for his
example.com itself (with the
% sendmail -C new.cf -bv AE@example.com AE@example.com... deliverable: mailer relay, host [myrelay], user email@example.com
We'd like to expand the functionality to work for anything.
example.com too, and are facing unexpected diff ...
I've got an Azure FrontDoor (preveiw) Premium endpoint setup and I'm trying to add a custom wildcard domain (*.example.com) so that I can use the Rule Set to direct traffic between server environments setup as origin groups.
I am using Azure DNS, and Azure KeyValut to hold the secret.
The problem I'm facing is that when adding the *.example.com custom domain, it will not let me select the wildcard c ...
libvirt added a
dnsmasq namespace with the
element, which allows to specify options directly to the underlying dnsmasq server. I'd like to create a wildcard DNS entry for my applications with that option. So I used
virsh net-edit, changed
<network xmlns:dnsmasq='http://libvirt.org/schemas/network/dnsmasq/1.0'> and added the following options:
E.g. in my DNS providers UI, I have a A record for the main domain along the lines:
mydomain.com.: <my server ip address>
This works fine. I'd like to obtain a wildcard SSL certificate to be able to add several subdomains.
Can I add a record of the form
*.mydomain.com: <my server ip address> Is this normal or sound practice?