how create temporary domaine with ISPconfig 3?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by rubiwane, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. rubiwane

    rubiwane New Member

    Hello everyone,
    I m a new user and i d like to import a web site from a another server.
    But before redirect the dns i d like to test if my website works.
    For that i need a temporary adress like:
    33.54.36.21/~temp/wordpress

    Is this possible with ISPConfig?

    Thanks you for all.
     
  2. ItsDom

    ItsDom New Member

    One option would be to set the website up as normal on the new server (as if it had the domain already)

    Then on your local machine, add something like this to you hosts file:
    33.54.36.21 www.yourdomain.com

    That way you can test if your site works from your local computer by typing in www.yourdomain.com
     
  3. till

    till Super Moderator Howtoforge Staff HowtoForge Supporter ISPConfig Developer

    Beside this option with the hostfile (which I prefer personally as well as its the most reliable option) you can use the autodomain faeture. See System > server config > web
     
  4. rubiwane

    rubiwane New Member

    Thank you for your reply,
    I m agree but i dont want to take a risk to change the dns before to be sure that the new config is operational.
     
  5. rubiwane

    rubiwane New Member

    Thanks till,
    How it works "the autodomain feature"?
    Where should i clic and how to setup it for a ftp acces?
    (sorry i m a beginner).
     
  6. ItsDom

    ItsDom New Member

    I think you misunderstand what I suggested.

    DON'T change the DNS files. Change the hosts file on your local computer. The hosts file is checked before the DNS is checked, so changing the hosts file will make only your computer think that, the DNS has changed.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hosts_(file)

    I didn't know about the autodomain feature though, I shall look into that also!
     
  7. rubiwane

    rubiwane New Member

    Okay !
    I know this technic :)
    But... i lost.
     

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