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How can I go about having another alias for my web address, what i mean is, if to get to a website on my centos server i can go to domain.com for example, how can i make it so something like x.domain.com will also work as an address to my website, i want to use a VirtualHost to later make that second address land on a different index page...any help is appriciated

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Daniel

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@lain where can I check how to change the DNS settings so x.domain.com resolves to my server? –  Daniel Dec 3 '12 at 0:59
    
That would very much depend on how your DNS is managed. –  Iain Dec 3 '12 at 11:39

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For the time being, you can use the 'ServerAlias' directive in your current VirtualHost configuration.

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName domain.com
    ServerAlias x.domain.com
    DocumentRoot /path/to/web/dir
</VirtualHost>

Then later on, you can configure a new VirtualHost for x.domain.com to point to a new documentroot.

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