[ntp:questions] thttpd and auto-redirect

Jason Rabel jason at extremeoverclocking.com
Mon Jan 21 15:38:53 UTC 2008

After reading the documentation (took all of a minute or two), thttpd does
support multihoming, but it doesn't look like it supports wildcards.

For that you will probably have to run apache or another web server that
does support wildcards.

Or you could just have some text on your front page saying "Looking for the
NTP Pool?" with a proper link...

Or just live with the fact that if someone types in below address and gets
your page, they will have enough common sense to just use a search engine
and type "NTP Pool"...


>>>>> When somebody automatically types "0.ca.pool.ntp.org" it *might*
>>>>> go to my IP address, but I don't have a redirect setup for that
>>>>> hostname. I am using thttpd. How can I make a redirect for
>>>>> *.pool.ntp.org
>>>>> Any thoughts?
>>>> This is the NTP newsgroup. Why are you asking questions about HTTP
>>>> here?
>>> How about because it is in relation to an issues that pertains to NTP
>>> and other folks may want to know as well.
>> People ask the same questions in the DNS newsgroups but it rarely is a
>> DNS question so how is this an NTP question or issue?
>He's running into this problem _because_ he's in the Pool. That's good
>enough for me.

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