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    HTTP Headers and DSN


    I have a static IP and have my domain, "mydomain.com", on my ISP's DNS server. I also have a local DSN server. I am trying to configure a website to use a HTTP Header, "newsite.mydomain.com", so I can use the same IP for a different website.
    Is it possible to configure my DNS server only, and if so what is the recommended procedure, or does it require that my ISP add it to their DNS server?

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    I assume you mean Host Header

    You need to add the new host DNS entry in the authoritative DNS server for your domain, which is most likely your ISP DNS server.
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    Thanks

    Bill

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