I have the following DNS but it is not pointing correctly.
What I have is one website that checks the url and pulls info from the DB based on the URL.
I have about 50 domains pointed to the same ip but only one website actually on the IP... hope that makes sense.
It was all working great until I changed the default website for that IP to another page that I am testing, it broke all of the other pages. I thought it would be fine since the cname is pointed to the main website, but it did not work.
Can you please let me know how to resolve this.
Subdomain Name Server TTL Actions
There are currently no MX resource records
Name IP Address TTL Actions
@ 220.127.116.11 14400
mail 18.104.22.168 14400
There are currently no AAAA resource records
Alias Hostname TTL Actions
There are currently no TXT resource records
There are currently no SRV resource records
Open in new windowI would not expect it to be reliable. It breaks the ANY response DNS clients get back because address records are not returned.
However, I don't think that's the cause of your problem (red flags, sirens, all that kind of thing, but likely to be unrelated).
I would hypothesise that the page you've changed was the one answering on any name? The one you have left only answers when makemodelsearch.com is in the host header?
DNS will not change the name used to access a resource (it is not responsible for URL rewriting). Therefore if a user enters http://austinminisearch.com the web server must be prepared to answer a request for that name, even if your content is drawn from something you refer to as makemodelsearch.com.