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Retrive Full URL in Request

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Please can anyone tell me if and how I can do the following:

Say I have a domain name:

I am using web forwards and am able to allocate sub domains using my
DNS provider, eg and

I want both these URLS to web-forward to the same default page on the
same ASP application running on the same webserver.

This is easy, but my question is can I resolve the URL name which was
originally typed into the client browser using the request object or
something similiar in my page? I want to use this information
to taylor the content sent back to the browser, so that website1 and
website2 appear to be different sites, but are actually the same
default.aspx page.

Can anyone tell me if this is possible, or is the URL information lost
when the Browser / client machine does the initial DNS lookup?


Nov 21 '05 #1
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