About a week ago, I registered gotcha-290.com using. I have registered 4 other names with them - no problems. I set the nameservers, and waited for them to propagate. Two days later, no success, so I changed the nameservers to ones that I knew were working for me. It appears not be completing this "propagation" cycle. Some whois shows nothing...and some show nameservers, and some say no ip assigned...
OK, I am confused. I have one domain that is parked on top of another domain. I would like Mail that comes to the parked domain to be automatically forwarded to the same user name at the primary domain.
Can I change a DNS or MX record to facilitate this?
I have a domain setup on my Plesk 8.6.0 powered webserver which is being forwarded to a specific IP provided by my costumer, all DNS zone records are inserted accordingly and everything works fine.
Due to a problem with the ISP that provides the fixed IP on my costumerÃ¢Â€Â™s server he now wants to get a second IP from a different ISP, for the same webserver, to function as a secondary route onto his server .....
i have a domain hosted at eNom which i would like to point to my FTP server which is running on my box at home. I have a static IP, and BulletProof FTP server installed. Now im just unclear how i can have www.mydomain.com point to 184.108.40.206:21.
For example, if I forward my business domain abcproducts.com to my domain where I have my hosting, myname.com, is it possible for people to see where my business domain is forwarding to. Basically, I am doing a business website, but I don't want anyone to be able to see that it actually is forwarding to a folder on my main myname.com where I have my hosting. I am masking it, so it will only show abcproducts.com, but I am wondering if even the "tech saavy" has tools to figure this out. I just don't want anyone to be able to see this.
Like, I know how sites like DNSreport.com show all kinds of stuff on the domain. Is there something like this that people can use to see if domains forward?
Forwarding a domain (incl. subdirectories/subdomains) to the same URL
I'm looking for a provider which can offer a service similar to mydomain.com, I should be able to add an unlimited number of domains to forward on external urls in a way which should point anything-you-digit.myname.com and myname.com/anything-you-digit to the same destination url If the service might also allow to add title, keywords and description for each domain, this would be even better but not required.
MyDomain can offer all this but there's a fee for each added domain while we'd prefer paying a monthly fee for a single hosting where adding multiple domains.
I need a company to register my domain, and then forward emails and urls to my actual site that is somewhere else. I don't need any actual web hosting or email pop (at the moment). My main requirement is reliability.
The company I currently use bounces some email to me and forwards other email to a black hole. They're also not replying to my mail, so it's time to leave. BTW, this is a company that has generally excellent reviews.
URL....We are running Plesk 12 on a Linux VPS where we have multiple domains running.Multiple of these domains should redirect from www. domain name. ext to https://ext.domainname.com.This is configured with the Domain forwarding in Plesk, with hosting type Forwarding.But as described in the 2 links provided above, whenever you go to https://www.domain.ext, it does not redirect, and actually shows a Security error, since the domain doesn't have the SSL-certificate installed (because it should redirect to the https://ext.domainname.com).
Clearly we don't want visitors on the website to receive the (incorrect) Security error, and we want all traffic to http(s)://www.domain.ext to be redirected to the appropriate subdomains. allows us to redirect both the https/http connections to the domains, without forcing us to have the domains have a Website hosting add redirect them manually with (for example) .htaccess.
I have setup a new account through a reseller that supplies a shared IP. The way I have installed WordPress in the past is to use "localhost" as the MySQL database host name.
The problem is that I want to complete the installation and style the site before I transfer the domain name and propagate the DNS settings. I am currently receiving errors that say "Error establishing a database connection".
I have also tried several variations of the shared IP address in place of the "localhost". So instead of using "localhost" I have tried using the link if I were to preview the site, for example [url]
Can someone tell me if it is possible to replace the string entry of "localhost" with a number or something else so that I can complete the installation of WordPress?
let's say I'm part of a LAN and i get my public IP through a PPPoE but i also have a wireless router and another station on which I wish to have linux. On that linux machine I will have anther public IP which is not from the same class.
What to do in order to world wide see my server machine(the one with linux and IP not from the same class)
I would like to know on how to forward specific IP with port to localhost or any IP by using iptables ? For example i would like to forward for port 25 from IP A to IP B, Currently i'm doing a test with my firewall and i'm very blur with iptables thingy.
I'm hostnig my website at home, and I think my router reset itself. I was wondering how to reforward port 80. I have a netgear router. This is teh port forwarding pagfe, of my router. The other is my ipconfig page.
Upon setting up, I found out that outgoing mails from any email addresses from my domain name cannot be copied to another email account. I've tried scripting on the client software (e.g)outlook. it works. but then again, it only applies on the client side if the scripted client is present. this would not work if the email is sent from the web based login.
is there a work around for it?
If there isn't, does any one know of any webhosting co. that allows that?
Situation is, my current host does allow it. Due to small amount of disk space allocated, reliability of the service, technical support and cost, we therefore have decided to switch to another host.
i have been stuck in this situation for more than a week...
the situation on my side is this:
<-- i have a domain at godaddy, and using godaddy windows hosting.. i have a website in ASP.NET, and i want to make a subdomain for my forum suppose: forum.mydomain.com and forward it to other host on cpanel... -->
Other side: <-- my friend has bought reseller hosting and have created an account for me with the name of mydomain.com. and the server IP is x.x.x.123 -->
i logged in to my account in cpanel and created a subdomain named "forum"
then i created the subdomain on godaddy and pointed the A record of this subdomain to x.x.x.123
now when i open forum.mydomain.com.....it displays error page... (i have kept a simple index.html file in public_html)
any solution to this problem?
i need steps to resolve this problem and what configurations i need to do on godaddy + cpanel manager....