CentOS 8, ISPConfig 3.2.6, working production server My previous hosting control panel did not do aliasdomains (not implemented), so I've always just had an index.htm that was a simple redirect to the desired domain. Worked, and none of the sites ever required anything overly technical, so problem solved. I thought I'd actually step up my game and NOT do it that way if ISPConfig could handle them - and apparently it can, I have a couple working. But they don't behave the way I'd like, or think they should. In my mind, there are two goals - either masquerading AS one domain under a differnet domain, or jumping FROM one domain to another domain. My previous mechanism did the later - type in myaliasdomain.com and you'd end up on myrealdomain.com. I can't seem to get ISPConfig to do this, nor do I know if it actually SHOULD do this, or was intended to be able to do this. So I'm wondering if someone would take a few minutes and explain the different "redirect" mechanisms that ISPConfig offers (and maybe mention how the other flags/options affect these) in less technical, more examplish, detail. All of the descriptions I've found elsewhere devolve into rule following, error codes, blah, blah - but they don't describe the actual event or desired outcome very well, and mapping it back to what ISPConfig actually does isn't clear to me. I did look at the manual, and it describes it in mostly the same way, so not very helpful to someone not experienced with it. I also did some trial/error testing, but got mixed results that never got me the desired outcome. Thank you.