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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'm not sure if GoDaddy is hosting Windows Virtual Private Server (IIS Web Server). If your server is Windows/IIS, you can export the PKCS12 cert with private key (password protected) and then import into another Windows IIS Server using instructions like those posted at digicert: How to Import and Export SSL Certificates in IIS 7 - see the "Exporting/...


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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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The DNS standard does not support using CNAME records for the zone apex (root domain), some DNS providers get around this by creating a virtual CNAME record where you add where it should reference and the DNS server checks the IP address of the CNAME resolution and sends that back at the time of the query. As for your email question you can use any provider ...


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Yes, it is possible and it is a well known process often called as setting up your preferred (canonical) destination. You should use 301 redirects to send traffic from the non-www URLs to the www URLs. It is a good practice also if use Search Console to set your preferred domain. To implement a 301 redirect for websites that are hosted on servers ...



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