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Old 29th June 2007, 16:41
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Default Simple subdomain question

I tried looking around and couldnt find the answer. Its pretty simple so i thought i would just post it.

I have domain.com set up and working. I need to setup test.domain.com.

I have godaddy and pointed test to my ip address.

What do i need to do to finish setting this up.

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Old 29th June 2007, 16:44
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Default Creating a subdomain.

Hi,

You need to create a website by using the ISP-Manager within ISPConfig for the same client.

Use "test" for the hostname and your "domain.com" for the domain name.
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