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Old 28th October 2005, 15:17
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First just so that I am clear what is a subdomain and does ISPConfig offer support for this to my customers. IF so are there any limits to it.

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Old 28th October 2005, 15:23
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If you have the domain mydomain.com, then www.mydomain.com is a subdomain of mydomqin.com and shop.mydomain.com will be another subdomain of mydomain.com.


ISPConfig offers subdomains. In ISPConfig they are part of the Co-Domains. Simply add a Co-Domain, enter as host e.g. shop and as domain the smae domain that the website has.
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Thanks for that... its what I thought it was which is good.

Is there any limits to subdomains on ISPConfig
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No, there are no limits implemented except the domain limits you can set for each client and reseller.
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