Ok i'm trying to loopback a subdomain of some webserver. There's 3 subdomains in the website. www, static and play. I pinged the static.website.com and i got this ip 123.123.3 (Example only). So i tried to loopback the static subdomain in my localhost by configuring the ipv4 of the loopback adapter:

IP Address : 123.123.3
Subnet Mask :

When i visited the play.website.com , i was shocked that it also shows my localhost webserver. Is there any way to spoof that subdomain that will also shows the same ip as the webserver?

PS: I don't want to configure the host file from c:/windows/system32/drivers/ for some reasons.

  • Hard to imagine your system setup. Too little information. Anyways, you've got full control over a domain ex b.a and can point this and all it's sub domains ex c.b.a, d.c.b.a to whatever ip address you like, individually and even with a resolution of certain services. This is done where the domain is hosted. Are you the hosting party or is this somewhere else? – Frank Sixteen May 22 '16 at 5:52
  • Hey, i don't own the webserver, i am planning for local proxying – Shaun Zyrille May 22 '16 at 12:19
  • Put up a dns server and study how they work. Anyways, as I said, you provide too little information. – Frank Sixteen May 22 '16 at 14:56

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