I'm running Chrome on Linux. I have local DNS to resolve *.myname.com into 127.0.0.2 (I type "host whatever.myname.com" or "host myname.com" and I see the correct address). However in Chrome when I type "myname.com" it is redirected to "www.myname.com" and solve the "real" website that I don't want.
Only when I type "test.myname.com", not "www.myname.com", Chrome correctly resolves it into 127.0.0.2. I guess Chrome is trying to do funky thing with www.anything.com and anything.com.
How to fix it?
PS: the local DNS I'm using is dnsmasq. If I explicitely put myname.com into /etc/hosts Chrome resolves it correctly into 127.0.0.2, but I can't use wildcard in /etc/hosts.
PPS: I can confirm at chrome://net-internals/#dns that Chrome correctly myname.com and www.myname.com into the real public IP.