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For DNS of domain.com add: sub.domain.com. 14400 IN A IP_OF_NEW_SERVER
Regarding the Property and View limit (50 and 25, respectively), there's no way around that, really, so you'll probably have to break up the sub-d's across several properties. So with that in mind, you could have one GTM container across all sub-d's, and then use a lookup table to determine which data from which sub-d's go into which property. Within the ...
I have a blog article I wrote that explains how to do this: http://blog.ostermiller.org/analytics-subdomain/ Here is the step by step guidance from the blog post: Navigate to “Content”-> “Site Content” -> “All Pages”. Change the primary dimension to “Other” -> “Content” -> “Hostname”. At this point the data table will show your best host names but the ...
If you are using Apache then you can simply create an additional VirtualHost for your sub domain and set the webroot to the directory you choose. Example: Your current VirtualHost is most likely something along the lines of the following; with the ServerName your domain and the DocumentRoot being the web root. <VirtualHost 22.214.171.124:80> ...
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