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I've got my nameservers pointed to 1st IP adress. Is there any way I can point subdomain to a 2nd shared IP adress (hosting)? It's not that simple to just point subdomain to 2nd IP because the hosting uses multiple virtual apache hostings.

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Please sit back and rewrite your question. It does not make sense to me. – MichelZ Jul 24 '12 at 13:46

you just need to edit your DNS table in your dns provider panel (if they give you the way to have subdomains).

You just need to ad a new A record like: A

Every dns provider have a specific panel, just looks at other records to do the new one.

If you need a DYNAMIC subdomain redirect, I suggest you to use

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