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Old 26th January 2006, 06:16
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Originally Posted by paulrobert_a
I'm interested in this but I'm not sure exactly what has to be done...

if I've got web2 & web3, I should be able to create
web2.example.com, web3.example.com etc and just point to the servers IP ?

How do I access web2's website via a sub-domain of web1 ?
You mean web1 is www.example.com with the Co-Domain example.com?
You can then create a second web site web2.example.com in ISPConfig, and after you've saved that web site, you go to web2's Co-Domain tab and delete the example.com entry (with empty host), as it would conflict with web1's example.com Co-Domain.
Afterwards, all you have to do is create the appropriate DNS records (i.e., make web2.example.com point to your server's IP address).
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