Rodney Bizzell rbizzell at
Mon Mar 27 19:43:23 CEST 2017

So have something like this
    set req.backend_hint = wpponline;
    } else if ( ==  "<^(?=.*?\bsupport\b)(?=.*?\bwpponline\b)(?=.*?\bcom\b).*$>"){
       set req.backend_hint = support;

I have a totally different backend that and I also have<> and then I have a and then I also have

From: Rodney Bizzell
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2017 1:42 PM
To: 'Matthew Blissett' <mblissett at>; varnish-misc at
Subject: RE: Domain

Also can I use regex to identify I have several support backend servers that correlate to specific websites so say that I just wanted to use the name instead of the IP?

From: at< at> [ at] On Behalf Of Matthew Blissett
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2017 1:05 PM
To: varnish-misc at<mailto:varnish-misc at>
Subject: Re: Domain


Your backends might look like

backend www {

    .host = "";

    .port = "80";


backend support {

    .host = "";

    .port = "80";


The names are just labels.

To use backends like this, see


On 27/03/17 16:32, Rodney Bizzell wrote:
Let me rephrase the question. I have a domain name<> and then there is a support website called To create the backend server it doesn't allow for the period is there a way to allow for this in the backend server name

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