How does it work?
This criterion lets you match based on the name found in the request Host header. It is a fully qualified DNS name that resolves to an address record. You can choose one or more property hostnames to match, or you can enter a different one.
You can select the following logical conditions:
|Value||The Rule is True When...|
|is one of||the incoming request includes any of the specified hostnames.|
|is not one of||the incoming request does not include any of the specified hostnames.|
In the text field, enter the hostname.
For a large number of values, you can paste the hostnames and separate them with a space, comma, or carriage return.
The hostname match supports the following wildcards:
|*||matches zero or more characters||The rule includes a match where the hostname value is example.*. Some possible valid results for this wildcard are example.com, or example.co.uk.|
|?||matches a single character||The rule includes a match where the hostname value is example?.com. Some possible invalid results are: examples.com, or example1.com.|
Updated over 1 year ago