My company provides free websites using an automated website builder we designed years ago. We also offer a option where members can add a domain name to their site. Because all our members pages are generated dynamically by the web builder script, when member adds the domain name option we simply add a DNS entry that includes an A record that directs the domain name to the IP address of the account on the server where the web builder is installed. All domains point to the same script and that script looks the domain up in a database table and gets the web page data for that website.
We are about to launch a new website builder that is not database-driven but includes a sub-directory for each member site. So, I need to find a way to redirect each member's domain to their sub-directory
I have a quick question about some DNS zones I'm trying to set up for a customer. I figured I would try asking the community before bugging our top-level admins (they have enough to do already, and I'd rather learn this myself).
We have a customer for whom we are managing their DNS. The site is actually hosted elsewhere, but the DNS originates on our server.
They have another site that is hosted with us, and they would like to set up a subdomain redirect from the remotely-hosted site to the site hosted on our hardware. So, the situation looks something like this:
example.com : hosted elsewhere (primary IP not ours), DNS with us FooSite.example.com : redirect this to www.FooSite.com
I could edit httpd.conf, but it would be easiest (for firewall reasons at the moment) if I could enter in the proper zones via WHM zone editor. I'll be able to see the results either way. I tried setting up the 'A' and 'CNAME' records, and I got as far as directing the 'A' records for the subdomain to the local IP, but I'm not sure how to finish it off (assuming I'm going down the right path). My own knowledge level in this regard is somewhere between novice and intermediate (which is why I have partners and admins ).
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 am seriously confused mainly because of the way it was explained in my training at work. Can someone please give me an explantion of the difference between creating a cname record and using a domain pointer? My understanding is that they both effectively do the same thing which is allow one ip address to be used for different domains.
Extra marks given for an easy to understand analogy as i'm definately a visual learner.
Impossible to delete my PTR record (DNS) on a domain name. Message error: Impossible de restaurer la zone DNS : une erreur s'est produite en ajoutant l'enregistrement (IPv6 du serveur) IN none mondomaine.fr. : Des valeurs incorrectes ont été indiquées pour l'enregistrement DNS.
i just got code for .htaccess to redirect mydomain.com to a directory on the same domain here directory123 is that name of directory where i wanna redirect my domain but problem is that when i put complete url like www.mydomain.com then it will successfull redirect to www.mydomain.com/direcotry123
But when i put address like mydomain.com without www then it will not redirect kindly check and let me know the correction to redirect it as well
<Limit GET POST> order deny,allow deny from all allow from all </Limit> <Limit PUT DELETE> order deny,allow deny from all </Limit> AuthName mydomain.com AuthUserFile /home/username/public_html/_vti_pvt/service.pwd AuthGroupFile /home/username/public_html/_vti_pvt/service.grp
I'm a reseller with a few seperate servers. Thus, trying to set up a 2ndry set of NS records. Setup as follow:
main-domain.com : Hosting domain main-server.com : Main Reseller server, hosting main-domain.com 2nd-server.com : Another reseller server hosted-domain.com : A domain hosted on my 2nd-server.com
1. Main domain DNS, pointing to main-server.com (On NS.main-server.com). 2. On main server, NS1 & NS2.main-domain.com pointing to NS.main-server.com) 3. On main server, set up 2ndry NS - NS3 & NS4.main-domain.com as CNAME pointing to 2nd-server.com (NS1 & NS2.2nd-server.com) 4. hosted-domain DNS pointing to NS3 & NS4.main-domain.com
Problem is, NS3 & NS4 are working - But when i try looking up hosted-domain.com i get a 404 error.
I am having an issue with one of our sites sitting behind an alteon load balancer. Basically, when people try to checkout from a store it redirects to https. Well, this gets stuck in a loop and never responds. If you go to https directly it works fine till you try and check out.
Flow is like this 443->loadbalancer->81 apache web server.
Anyway, I think it has something to do with the session getting lost. I've read some on proxying but I am not sure how to get it working.
My site prime357 . org is being unexpectedly, from time to time, re-directed to my host's site DrupalValueHosting.com.
It has now been a few weeks and this problem still remains. I have not set up any purpose re-direction to my host site. My .htaccess file has no reference to my host site.
My host, the other day, suggested that I change my site, temporarily, to prime357.net, whilst he (the host) works on the problem as to why prime357.org is directing to the host site.
Re-direction to my host site is still occurring.
I established that a few hours ago that someone did a whois on prime357 . org hours earlier and the IP resolved to 184.108.40.206 (which is my host's site). I did the same lookup and the IP resolved to 220.127.116.11 (which seemingly, is correct, is my site).
This problem is an intermittent problem and is happening to other customers of DVH.
I can't physically check or make adjustments (at least I think I can't). What solutions or what process would one go through to track down this type of problem. Is this a common mis-configuration type problem though I haven't come across it before.
I am using joomla and a script called Olate Download for my site. So I have made olate to display in a joomla wrapper.
what i want to know is how to redirect the olate pages to the joomla wrapper. the pages when indexed in google etc are linked directly to the olate without the wrapper. so what i would like to do is redirect all the incoming olate links to the joomla wrapper ( i understand it will be same page) but also want the search engines to index the olate pages without any problems.
i think this can be done using htaccess. so someone please tell me how to create such a rule. it should redirect all the users which is not reffered from my site to the joomla wrapper except search engine spiders.
I've been asked to find a way to host our intranet externally without opening up the network.
The webserver accessible to the public domain is within an dmz. The intranet I need to serve is within our internal network.
I've managed to convince our network admin to open port 80 on the server running the intranet but I can't seem to find a way to proxy the content from the intranet server, through the webserver and to the user.