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DNS Wildcard CNAME Record

Posted on 2014-10-13
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Creating a wildcard cname record and was wondering if this would work"


*.example.medical.edu.harvard.     IN    CNAME      example.medical.edu.harvard.
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Hi

you need to find out if your DNS provider support it, some times there are some of them that it doesn't support it like GoDaddy



(Sub)domain         Type      Target
*.mywebsite.net     CNAME     mywebsite.net

I hope this help u

Regards.
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Yes. Most ISPs should support wildcard DNS records.

I had a customer using Wildcard CNAME records in GoDaddy.
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