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I'm stuck on what more I need to do, but here's what I'm trying to do..

I want to redirect it's content to I'm trying to parallel my site's static files for faster speeds. So I say I have the file I want to load

Here's what I've done so far..

I've added a CNAME entry in's DNS. It points "" as a CNAME for "".

However, when I go to the site it loads a default apache page. You can see the actual domains here.. -> ->

I've checked other StackOverflow questions and couldn't find a complete answer.

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I'd recommend checking other ServerFault questions instead, you're unlikely to find things about DNS entries on StackOverflow. – Dav Dec 21 '09 at 18:05

If you have configured your apache to use name based virtual hosts (look for something like "NameVirtualHost *:80" in the config) you need to create a host with either ServerName or ServerAlias set to your CNAME.

Look here for a sample config of name based virtual hosts...

I think this belongs to one of the sister sites of stackoveflow.

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Add e.g. ServerAlias to the VirtualHost-directive of

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