#Example: consider all sites in the class C network 204.137.132.*
#to be in the com domain
204.137.132.* com
end fakedns
The fakedns option, which extends for several lines and must end with the line end fakedns, is used to provide domain name information for sites which do not have proper host names. This is most useful in a company Intranet, where true DNS may not be in use, but the administrator knows that a particular class C network is used by a particular department. Alternatively, many individual IP addresses for individual machines can be listed. Accesses from sites which match any of the patterns listed for the fakedns option will be considered to come from the domain name given after the pattern (see the example above). Each character of the IP address is matched against the pattern. An * in the pattern matches any number of characters in the IP address. Patterns have additional features; for more information about patterns, see the patterns section. If the fakedns ... end fakedns option is absent, IP addresses will be regarded as part of the domain Other.
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