Originally Posted by falko
Sure. Create sub1.example.com in DNS and make sure it points to your ISPConfig box before.
i created a "site" hostname=sub1 and domain=example.com i tick the "DNS" and "DNS-MX" boxes...
i've also created a user in this site (sub1.example.com)
when i go to the DNS section, i see that there is an existing
domain (SOA) = example.com
IP = mypublicIP
nameserver1 = example.com
nameserver2 = example.com
A record - IPAddr=myPublicIP, hostname=sub1
MX record - mailserver=example.com, hostname=sub1
i'm not sure this SOA record is correctly created by myself earlier, or created by ispconfig after i add the new site sub1
but problem now is that i can't ping sub1.example.com
is it due to my TTL?
or is it to do with the my ISP who is hosting example.com
(or do i need to restart some process)