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Old 22nd October 2011, 12:16
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Default Sub-domain redirect to Virtual machine

Hi guys, (IP addresses aren't real)

I HAVE purchased the ISPConfig Manual already - still can't figure it out
What I need to do is this:

I have a Debian Server running ISPConfig 3 which works fine with my websites so far. What I want to do is host a sub domain on a virtual machine.

Currently my setup is
ISPConfig 3 server : server1.example.com
Virtual Machine: server2.example.com

If i put the ip address into the url with it shows the website i want, but if i put in www.example.com/test it comes back with a error.

I have added a sub-domain in ISPConfig
Host: server2
Domain: example.com
Redirect: R,L
Redirect path: http://server2.example.com/test/

I have a CNAME entry as

What am I missing??? This has me stumped... Thanks in advance
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