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Domain Pointers

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jackal, Feb 10, 2003.

  1. jackal

    jackal Well-Known Member
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    Could somebody please post the steps to accomplish the pointers below please?

    I want to point domain1.nl to www.domain2.net/nl and domain3.nl to www.domain4.com/nl


    I have domain2 and domain4 setup on server now.

    I have tried setup and forward option under dns zones in whm
     
  2. rich2

    rich2 Well-Known Member

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    use the addon domain function on 2 and 4,

    2 use addon domain to setup 1

    4 use addon domain to setup 3
     
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    Website Rob Well-Known Member

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    Being as you want to point to Sub-directories, I do believe you would have to use the &Add-on Domain& feature. This will allow you to show different Web pages then the main Domains -- or the exact same if you want.

    You can use the Domain Name as is ( New Domain Name: domain1.nl ) and you use ( UserName/SubDomain Name: nl ) to create a Sub-directory called &nl& within domain 2 & 4. If all Domains are under one account, use &nl2& and &nl4& if you want, to make it easy to differentiate between them. The URL will work without showing the name of the Sub-directory, but will show the URL of domain1.nl, etc.
     
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