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NamesPro can install your DS RR in the TLD zone, although they can't host your signed zone. It doesn't sound like that would be an issue for you. It's a manual process, you have to open a ticket and supply them with the DS RR you want installed. But they did get it done pretty quick, maybe an hour on a Sunday.


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It is essential that both domains (secondarydomain.com and primarydomain.com) are secure with SSL certificate. You should confirm which SSL certificate you have purchased. If you have single domain SSL certificate you need to purchase another certificate for your secondary domain, in this case you need to manage two different certificates for both domains ...


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You cannot redirect via DNS. That is not what DNS does. You would have to define www.domain.com on your new server and potentially point the site directory to www1.domain.com to make what you are doing work. BUT STOP! Don't do it! In order for a web server to handle requests, the site must exist on the server. You cannot just point stuff here or there. ...


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If must control DNS yourself, set up an A record for the subdomain pointing to the IP address of the godaddy server that is all you need assuming you have set up that subdomain at godaddy. But more to the point, why even bother doing that? Move the content, change the nameservers for www.domain.com (or the IP address if you are using your own child ...


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I am assuming apache running on your host and with hosting for your secondarydomain.com. In your secondarydomain.com root folder put the following code into a .htaccess file RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.primarydomain.com/$1 [R=301,L] This will redirect all requests to your secondarydomain.com to your primarydomain.com Similar ...


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Yes, you can. Either buy multi-domain certificate if it's close to the end of primary domain certificate, or buy the certificate for the secondary domain only. My host for my primary domain doesn't allow me to add any more domains to my account. What can I do ? Anyway you have somewhere redirect configured from secondary to primary. If it is just ...


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You need an A record for your domain root, pointing to the IP address of your server. Only once you have that in place (thus directing requests for example.com to your server) will your .htaccess rules take effect. Since your server does not have a static IP address, you will need to find out if your DNS provider supports ALIAS or ANAME records. These ...


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Accessing websites via IP is not desirable and not supported by most good hosts. It's considered a good practice for security savvy shared web hosts not to allow accessing content via the IP address of the server via mod_userdir, this is because mod_userdir has some security concerns. More information about this below. SOURCE The mod_userdir ...


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You should be able to access it via http://IPADDRESS/~cpanel_accountname/addon_domain_directory so it would look something like http://123.456.789.000/~matt/addondomain UPDATE:. https://au.godaddy.com/help/preview-your-website-3950


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There is no issue at all in running your own DNS servers and cPanel as you have seen has its own built in DNS server for webmasters to host DNS on the cPanel server. In order to make this work you will have to make sure that the DNS server's IP addresses are changed and reflected appropriately. On server 1... ns1.domain.com > IP 10.0.0.1 ns2.domain.com > IP ...


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According to the standards you can have multiple DNS records for the same host name as long as they point to different endpoints. This is the same for A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, etc. As long as your site exists on all the servers you are pointing to then you can configure CNAME records for each and every hostinger.net server.


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Looks like you don't have the DNS server configured at the domain name registrar. Right now the World doesn't know about your domain, it even doesn't know where to ask about it: root@dev2 [~]# dig fash.lk ns +short root@dev2 [~]# instead you should see something like that: root@dev2 [~]# dig gov.lk ns +short ns1.gov.lk. d.nic.lk. ns2.gov.lk. c.nic.lk. m....


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Lets explain a few things first: Nameserver records are typically maintained by the domain registrar. (i.e. who the domain-name was purchased from.) If you don't own the domain-name directly... you might have a battle on your hands to get ownership back. It is not unheard of for shady companies to hold your domain-name hostage. Most registrars will ...


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Without recommending a specific software or product which is off topic for this site what you are after is a health checking DNS service which regularly checks if the server is online and only returns the DNS record if it is online. Most of them can be configured in a fail over situation where the automatic health check will fall back to the alternate ...


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Okay the issue with your configuration here is that the host field should be empty and the points to field should have the IP address in it. An empty host field indicates the domain apex. Put another way your configuration should be... IN A 54.246.128.54 IN A 54.246.128.245 www IN CNAME target-app.hotelrunner....


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The issue here is that you are trying to create two separate DNS entries for the same FQDN. From reading your question several times what I gather is that the instructions you are reviewing are working on the basis that both the zone apex (domain.com) and the standard DNS (www.domain.com) both need to connect to the Blog service. In this case you would ...


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Unfortunately you are unable to alias the MX records in that manner. While all the domains can target A records to the same server to use the exact same code for all the domains each domains MX record would have to individually be pointed to the mail server and the mail server would have to be configured to work with each domain and define the mailboxes for ...


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You don't have to create a subdomain in OVH. You onle have to create the "A record" in the 1and1 subdomain, pointing to the VPS IP. That should be enough


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To answer the first part of your question the numbers in front of the addresses in the MX records are the priorities for which the mail servers should be connected to. First attempts to mx records with a 10 priority, then 20, and so on. When migrating email servers best practice is to setup the new email server, change your DNS records, but keep the old ...


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SRV records are meant for services which are designed to check for the existence of service records such as connecting to an XMPP server or a SIP server. DNS should not be used to provide a list of services for end users on your network to browse as DNS is not designed for users to directly read. The best option is to add the information you need for users ...


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These details are associated with your DNS provider. To make the site work you need to specify a DNS providers nameserver records to specify where the details for your site resolution are held. The other questions he is asking appear to be to do with if you want to use the registrar to host the DNS instead of a DNS provider of your choice. If your web host ...


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As Sub domain behaves like a new domain, therefore they do not effect the seo of main site or server rather directory do like example.com/customer1 but if spamming is to much on sub domain , then it will be harmfull for your ip and complete server in terms of SEO


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I believe this would be more of an issue with disputes about domain ownership than with company information. It does make you look less reputable since you are trying to hide your business contacts and information, but I can't see how this would let somebody make a complaint about your website. It could affect the ownership of your domains, though. There ...



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