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I have a website zacharyhodge.com and I would like to have a subdomain for a blog at blog.zacharyhodge.com. Now, I enjoy working with Windows server-side technologies on my main site, but I would like to run my blog through a custom WordPress template.

Is it possible for me to have my main domain zacharyhodge.com on a Microsoft server, with my blog subdomain blog.zacharyhodge.com pointing to a different server?

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Yes this would be configured at the DNS level using an A record.

Point the Subdomain to your Linux server's IP.

subdomain.example.com. IN A 255.255.255.255
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That's great news, thanks! – Qcom Mar 9 '11 at 2:35
    
Please mark correct if this answer covered your question. If you are not satisfied let me know and I am happy to provide any more info you would like on this subject. – Campo Mar 9 '11 at 16:48

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