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- Hongyi Zhao
February 20, 2009, 11:06 am
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Suppose a file named file.pdf stored in the following web location:
Where, the *some_domain* is a name-based virtual host. In this case,
is it possible to set a ddns hostname, say through
http://www.changeip.net /, without using *some_domain* itself, to
access this file?
.: Hongyi Zhao [ hongyi.zhao AT gmail.com ] Free as in Freedom :.
Re: Is it possible to set a ddns hostname to access a name-based virtual host?
I think it's possible with the DynDNS.com service and a Web-server
at your end (IIS or Apache). Take a look at
In my case, I can access http://*sensored*.homeip.net/path/to/file.pdf
(was this a a trick question?)