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Old 18th September 2012, 11:33
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Default Domain problem of a sort

Hello there howtoforge,

I have recently setup ISPConfig3 on Centos 5.5,

I have everything working perfectly fine and all is going well.

However, I have a small problem with my domain I am hoping you can help with.

I made a co.cc domain to test the server before I run anything live, I setup the nameservers, DNS zones and added the site in the control panel.

Now, http://foyserve.co.cc works, but http://www.foyserve.co.cc doesn't.

I setup the site to use *.foyserve.co.cc, and I added a DNS zone for both www. and without.

What may my problem be?

All suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve
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Old 19th September 2012, 14:43
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For me, both are working.
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