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Old 17th May 2007, 17:40
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Smile Still unsure about subdomains...

(Apologies for posting in the wrong forum initially...)


Hi; I have a domain (abc.com). I use my registrar's nameservers (I cannot change this), and have created A records for my domain:


A record:
www.abc.com --> (my server)

In ISPConfig, everything works fine for my domain: when I type www.abc.com into my browser, I get straight to my home page.

HOWEVER, I need to create independent subdomains (with associated email addresses) that point as follows:

www.123.abc.com --> http://www.google.com
www.456.abc.com --> http://www.yahoo.com


someone@123.abc.com --> john.citizen@aol.com
whoever@456.abc.com --> mary.citizen@harvard.edu


I have checked the forums, and tried to follow instructions, but I have had no success. Can someone help me out, please? I would be grateful for *explicit* instructions.

I would like to create the subdomains on ISPConfig (not with my registrar).

Thankyou for your help.
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