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Old 4th March 2010, 12:00
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Hi I have domain beboran.net (configured & running) and I need to make beboran.com points to beboran.net. I believe it has to be done with Aliasdoman. Here is what I have done:
1. In my registrar admin pannel - set beboran.com nameservers to the same values as they are for beboran.net.
2. In ISPConfig (v. 3.0.1.6 under Ubuntu 9.10) - add new aliasdomain with the following params:
- Domain: beboran.com
- Parent Website: beboran.net
- Redirect Type: no redirect
- Auto-Subdomain: *.
- Active: Yes
Is there anything else I have to do?
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Old 4th March 2010, 12:12
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You have to create dns records for the second domain. Pointing them to the same dns server is not enough.
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Old 4th March 2010, 12:21
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What kind of dns records I have to create? I belive these records will be into the same DNS Zone (beboran.net)?
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Old 4th March 2010, 12:27
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No, in DNS, domain has its own zone. Create a new dns zone for beboran.net that must have at least A-Records for beboran.net. and www.beboran.net pointing to the same IP address then the A-Records for beboran.com. If you use ispconfig 3 dns server, the easiest way is to use the dns wizard to create the new dns zone.
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Old 4th March 2010, 12:32
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No, in DNS, domain has its own zone. Create a new dns zone for beboran.net that must have at least A-Records for beboran.net. and www.beboran.net pointing to the same IP address then the A-Records for beboran.com. If you use ispconfig 3 dns server, the easiest way is to use the dns wizard to create the new dns zone.
Just to make sure - beboran.net is the origin, beboran.com is the aliasdomain. I have already DNS zone for beboran.net, so I have to create the new one or I have to create DNS zone for beboran.com?
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Old 4th March 2010, 12:35
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Sorry, mixed up your domain names. To exolain it more in general: for dns it does not matter if a domain is a website alias domain or not as there is no such thing as alias domains in the dns system. So you have to create a separate dns zone for every domain.
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Old 4th March 2010, 12:45
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So far I have:
1. Aliasdomain for beboran.com (parent website - beboran.net).
2. New DNS zone for beboran.com (using wizard). It creates all default records for beboran.com domain.
3. DNS "A" record in DNS from point 2. Record params:
- Hostname: beboran.net
- IP: (same as IP for beboran.net)
- TTL: 86400
- Active: Yes
Is that all?
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