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I deal with this type of situation using my virtual host configuration. Under Apache, the first virtual host is the "default" virtual host. I configure it to serve a 404 error with the message 404 Not Found -- Hostname Not Recognized This server is not configured to serve documents for foo.example.com Then I create specific virtual hosts for ...


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Most registrars will host your DNS records for the price of a domain name. Sorry this is not the case here. You may have to pay more for this. I cannot find specific information on this so you may have to ask. The whole offering seems rather ala' carte. Your www.dadb.com.au entry pointing to 8.8.8.8 is not a valid entry. This is not the IP address of ...


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We can actually manage the DNS for the record pointing to Tumblr. You can't, however, have our proxy (orange cloud) turned on for the record & it should be grey (direct).


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To expand on the comment by closetnoc, its most likely a DNS issue. As he says it can take up to 48+ hours for all the ISP's like mobile internet and cable modems to "catch up". Generally the server to server traffic is quicker, more like 1-8 hours. In interest of this question, here are a couple tips for this transfer situation and how to poke your ...


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DNS stands for Domain Name Service. It ties the domain name to an IP address. For example: You would tie example.com with an A record to the IP address 10.0.0.101 and you would tie the sub-domain www to example.com with a CNAME (alias) record. If you have a domain name, you would assign the IP address given to you by your host or domain forwarding service ...


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Many free website hosts do not support the usage of your own domain. If they do however support this feature then you will need to ask them to provide you with the DNS records or their name servers, with this information you then tell your domain the details provided, that is basically that... if your website is important you should move to a paid service ...


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You should never use a CNAME for your root domain name in my opinion so I would go with your 2nd example. A xx.com > 123.456.789 A www.xx.com > xx.com Although it is debatable I would say to answer your question specifically, whilst on the same domain (i.e. subdomains) it would be perfectly fine to use a CNAME however in ...


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The big clue in the in the DNS check is this: Mismatched NS records WARNING: One or more of your name servers did not return any of your NS records. The speed of propagation was 100% fine; the settings for DNS resolution are apparently completely wrong. In about 4 to 48 hours all DNS servers around the world received the incorrect DNS settings telling ...


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After the name servers change and migration, while my website is correctly working from the new server, it doesn't mean the propagation of the change has completed. When my new server tries to send an email to info@example.com via PHP mail(), it has to look up the MX records of example.com for the destination server. However as the propagation hasn't ...


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Is seem you did not specify yet where the content of myclientsdomain.com is so the default content is served on the server. You have to set up a VirtualHost for myclientsdomain.com. Virtualhost setup should be something like the following: NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@dummy-host.example.com DocumentRoot ...



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