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Parked Domain on different IP Address

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by redbrad1, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. redbrad1

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    I currently have a parked domain pointing at my site. This is a different website then the main one but they all use the exact same files, just different templates. When I purchased a SSL for the parked domain, WHM wouldnt let me install it on the parked domain because it needs its own IP Address.

    How can I setup domain XYZ.com on its own IP Address but have it point to the root folder of ABC.com so it uses the exact same files?
     
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    The cPanel account does not have a dedicated IP Address?
     
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    The main domain does have its own IP Address, but I need the domain that is parked on the main domain to also have its own IP Address. So for a example:

    Main Domain: brad.com
    Main IP: 64.64.64.64
    Parked Domain: steph.com
    Parked IP: 64.64.64.64

    Needs to be

    Main Domain: brad.com
    Main IP: 64.64.64.64
    Parked Domain: steph.com
    Parked IP: 35.35.35.35
     
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    At this time we don't support multiple dedicated IP Addresses per-account.

    Your safest option is likely to add a VirtualHost for the parked domain to one of the Include files used by the Apache Configuration system. You can find an Include editor in WHM -> Service Configuration -> Apache Setup
     
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