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Parked domains on different servers

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by keldnner, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. keldnner

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    Good afternoon, I have the following case, I have over 30 domains that I create parking for a particular domain.
    What happens is that this area is that all applications where wheel is on a different server for parked domains that will be for him.

    Tested in various ways using both Domain Park in WHM and cPanel as it still fails.

    What would be the case configuration?

    One. Each domain do park in cpanel domain to the main domain.
    2nd. The primary domain park domain makes all the domains that will be made and park domain redirects the "A record" for the Server IP where the main domain is.


    Thank you.
     
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    I'm sorry, not sure I understand the question properly. Can you phrase this another way please?
     
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    The parked domain functions as if it were the same site, but in another domain, correct?
    I want to do this, only the domains are on different servers.
    What is the correct configuration for this? It is to be parked domain to the main domain, or the primary domain with all other domains parked?
     
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    I think the option you seek is this one:

    WHM > Server Configuration > Tweak Settings, Domains tab.

     
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