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Old 4th June 2010, 00:11
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Default CNAME issue

Am I missing something here or has the functionality of CNAMEs been reduced in ISPConfig 3 vs ISPConfig 2?

In ISPConfig 2 you could create a CNAME to any fully qualified domain name.
In ISPConfig 3 whatever I specify as the CNAME target gets the respective zone's domain tacked on. For example:

For a zone:
CNAME host1

In ISPConfig 2 digging would return the IP for

In ISPConfig 3 I can only get to reply with!

I'm sure this has been addressed before, but I couldn't find any threads...
Any ideas?
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