Could someone give me a hand with a permanent redirect before I do BÚBÚ? I have a website created many years ago that is a subdomain. This sub domain is created in my dns records and points to a dedicated client website (in website Domain field I have mysubdomain.domain.com). The main domain website is a totally different website and as nothing to do with this subdomain or redirect. So I bought a proper new domain for this website and already created the new domain dns. The questions is how to redirect and rewrite all subdomain.domain.com requests to www.newdomain.com. rewriting the url with 301 permanent moved and respecting links folders and file extensions. Example: Old link requested in a browser or cURL would be: subdomain.domain.com/teste/test123.php I would like ispconfig3 to do it's magic and rewrite the link to www.newdomain.com/teste/test123.php This is what I'm thinking... please correct me: 1. Change the client website Domain field: mysubdomain.domain.com to newdomain.com 2. In Sites > Aliasdomain: Domain: subdomain.domain.com Parent Website: select the newdomain.com website Redirect Type: R=301 L Would this work? or is there a better way.