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Old 21st November 2012, 10:40
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Welcome.
I have a problem with the other domain.
I have two domains, kurdak.eu on the domain server is configured. The second domain is, kurdak.pl, I want it to be a domain alias for kurdak.eu.
Domain: kurdak.eu is redirected to DNS: ns1.kurdak.eu, ns2.kurdak.eu.
Domain: kurdak.pl is redirected to DNS: ns1.kurdak.eu, ns2.kurdak.eu.
DNS settings:

I added a domain alias for assistive technologies etc.:

What can I do to make it work properly.
Please and information about what I'm doing wrong.
I also want to automatically run my subdomain.
Regards.

Last edited by kurdak; 21st November 2012 at 10:43.
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