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The solution would be the same as for Block a random domain pointing at my dedicated IP. I posted an answer there with configuration and a script. Basically, you need to create a default virtual host entry to handle the IP address and any other random addresses. Then you can have your real site in a second virtual host directive that is specific to your ...


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The exact rules for when a wild card is match are specified in RFC 1034, but the rules are neither intuitive nor clearly specified. This has resulted in incompatible implementations and unexpected results when they are used. Your DNS should look like this A NAME (blank or @ on some systems) FQDN domain.com IP A NAME www FQDN www.domain.com IP A NAME ...



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