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Old 21st February 2013, 13:22
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Default Connect a domain name to external host via ISPConfig

hi everyone

i have a domain site.com on a domain names registrar and i want to connect a subdomain exemple.site.com to my space in a VPS.. the VPS owner use ISPConfig in this server ! and i dont now much about this Cpanel (ispconfig)
sow i dont know how can i configur DNS in my domain name controle panel, and i dont know what should i do in ISPConfig for connect it to my domain (exemple.site.com)
for more info this is my information in the VPS by ispconfig :

username : web445_name (name is my chosing name )
db : web445_dbnumber (number is my perso nember )
derectory root: /data01/web/www/clients/client0/web445/web
ftpuser: the same of my username

sow, this is the configuration of my host space in this VPS
what should i do ?
any help please ?
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