Nginx supports idn domain?

Hello,

I remember that I got some problem to run idn domains on nginx. I can’t
remember whether it’s the problem of nginx itself (ver 0.6) or the
problem
of wordpress supercache. So I moved all the idn domains to apache at
that
time.

But now I got a new dedicated server and I am running the latest ver of
nginx. So I would like to ask can nginx handle idn domains? Thanks.

Max

Hello!

On Sat, Jan 23, 2010 at 01:56:25PM +0800, Max wrote:

I remember that I got some problem to run idn domains on nginx. I can’t
remember whether it’s the problem of nginx itself (ver 0.6) or the problem
of wordpress supercache. So I moved all the idn domains to apache at that
time.

But now I got a new dedicated server and I am running the latest ver of
nginx. So I would like to ask can nginx handle idn domains? Thanks.

There are no known issues with idn domains. After all, it’s just
latin1 domains just visualized specially by browsers. Something
like this should work flawlesly:

server_name xn--e1afmkfd.xn--80akhbyknj4f;

Maxim D.

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