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Old 26th April 2011, 19:09
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Hi

Could someone please point me in the right direction for this:

I need to reset the default site that is displayed when there is no site configured for a domain (i.e. no entry in the virtual hosts file) but the DNS settings (set on external nameserver) point to any of the ip addresses used on my server. Basically it's when a site is disabled for some reason and I'd like a suitable generic 'holding' page to display.

I don't see anything obvious in httpd.conf.

Thanks in anticipation.
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some thing like this your looking for ?

http://www.lampjunkie.com/2008/05/ho...ost-in-apache/
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