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Old 12th October 2009, 07:03
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Question how to use 2 domains name with a website

how to make it same website?
i create a website test1.com and use test2.com with CNAME to test1.com but it not similar page test1.com show default page form ispconfig buttest2.com show default apache page?
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how to make it same website?
i create a website test1.com and use test2.com with CNAME to test1.com but it not similar page test1.com show default page form ispconfig buttest2.com show default apache page?
Aliasdomain will do it for you.

You create a website test1.com and ftp your files to this site. After you create a Aliasdomain test2.com with test1.com as parent website.

Rudolf.
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Aliasdomain will do it for you.

You create a website test1.com and ftp your files to this site. After you create a Aliasdomain test2.com with test1.com as parent website.

Rudolf.
Hi I am trying to create alias domain, using ISPConfig 3.0.1.6 under Ubuntu 9.10, but up till now I failed. I have beboran.net domain, so I need to have beboran.com pointed to beboran.net. I believe I need to create aliasdomain. Here is what I have done:
1. Create Aliasdomain with the following params:
- Domain: beboran.com
- Parent Website: beboran.net
- Redirect: No redirect
- Autosubdomain: *.
- Active: Yes
Is there anything else I need to configure in order to have beboran.com pointing to beboran.net? Please help.
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Looks ok. Can you post the beboran.net vhost configuration?
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Old 5th March 2010, 13:46
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In fact I found the problem. In addition to what I have described I had to add new DNS zone for beboran.com. Now all looks just fine.
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