Problem setting up Virtual Hosts

Hi,

This problem is getting me crazy. I have a server in my office which I
use for tests. It has a dynamic address, and I chose DynDns to have a
domain name. So its domain name is of mysite.ath.cx. I have set in
dyndns control panel to have sub domains. The problem is that
mysite.ath.cx is accessible, but sub1.mysite.ath.cx (which point to
the same location as mysite.ath.cx) is not. What could possibly go
wrong? Is it dyndns playing with my nerves or a problem is my nginx
conf files?

Well I don’t understand anything, now everything is working again…
If one day someone runs into the same kind of trouble and finds why it
goes wrong, please let me know, because right now, I am completely
lost.

Damn’it it started again! Each time I switch the server off and switch
it on the next day, I lose access to all my subdomains, what’s
happening?

Ok I get it, I really think it is a dyndns issue. 10 minutes after the
server gets powered, my subdomains are now accessible.

On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 01:43:35PM +0200, Thomas wrote:

Damn’it it started again! Each time I switch the server off and switch
it on the next day, I lose access to all my subdomains, what’s
happening?

You probably have an error somewhere.

Have a look at http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

Posting your config might be a good start.

Best regards,
Grzegorz N.

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