Dead simple wildcard DNS for any IP Address

Stop editing your etc/hosts file with custom hostname and IP address mappings. allows you to do that by mapping any IP Address to a hostname using the following formats:

  • maps to
  • maps to
  • maps to
  • maps to
  • maps to
  • maps to maps <anything>[.-]<IP Address> in either "dot" or "dash" notation to the corresponding <IP Address>:

  • dot notation:
  • dash notation:

The "dash" notation is especially useful when using services like LetsEncrypt as it's just a regular sub-domain of

About this service is powered by PowerDNS with a simple, custom PipeBackend written in Python:

It's open source, licensed under Apache 2.0: — pull requests are welcome.

This is a free service provided by Exentrique Solutions (the same guys who run which offer Git, Mercurial and Subversion hosting).

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