Posted on 2011-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
if dns is
host    ip address
*            my ip

i want to create a new subdomain in iis7

but I dont want to add to my registrar domain dns settings every time i add a new subdomain

host    ip address
new           my ip

would adding a *
to my registrar domain dns  work

adding a * doesnt seem to work

is there something else I can do just in iis7
because I want to add many subdomains
Question by:rgb192
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    Accepted Solution

    This has to be done wherever you registered your domain.
    LVL 30

    Assisted Solution

    by:Brad Howe
    You need to create a new A record for each subdomain on your registrar. This is the requirement.

    open your console and add teh subdomain to a folder or root and point to the server IP.


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