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38 views

If I don't want subdomains to send out email, do I need SPF records for them?

I have a main domain with (now) valid SPF record, but we also programmatically create lots and lots of subdomains for clients via cpanel PHPXML API. These subdomains are not intended to send any mail. ...
1
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1answer
54 views

Pointing main domain to another server while keeping subdomains in same place

I have a domain I want to point to my github pages site. However, I want to keep the subdomain old.mysite.com pointing at the current server (as this is an archive of my old php blog, which github ...
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0answers
322 views

New subdomain not working on my VPS

I've search for a solutions for days and I have no some up with anything. I have a VPS with WHM and cpanel. Currently I have 1 working sub-domain. However any new sub domains I add do not work. With ...
1
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0answers
61 views

Possible to bulk add the same subdomain (m.*) to a group of domains? [closed]

I currently have a large amount of domains pointing to a single domain. I used cPanel's Park function to do this. The domains all have unique content -- they are all pointed toward the same PHP ...
0
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2answers
105 views

Map Subdomains to Folders Owned/Run by Other Apache/PHP/Cpanel Users

I run a small service for Norwegian customers where they get automatically installed and configured Wordpress blogs on their own domains ready immediately after payment is finished. It's quite similar ...
1
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1answer
154 views

Change website with dedicated IP on addon domain and its subdomain

I had a problem of changing an IP address of just one of the few addon domains on a cPanel/WHM account, but I managed to find a solution (by manually editing A records in DNS zones of the main account ...
0
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1answer
167 views

email to wildcard subdomains not working

I have a WHM/cPanel box which is working fine with the configured domains for web and mail. I have also configured wildcard subdomains so that anything.mysite.com takes you to the same as mysite.com ...
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0answers
388 views

“www” keeps getting added to subdomain.

I created a subdomain on vps through cpanel. When I navigate to the subdomain in safari, "www" is added so the subdomain becomes www.sub.domain.com and the website of course is not loaded. When I use ...
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1answer
179 views

Cannot find non-www version of newly created subdomain

Using Cpanel, I've just created a subdomain: members.domain.com. I can view the domain on www.members.domain.com but the non-www version doesn't exist. Pinging it I get 'could not find host'. I've ...
-1
votes
1answer
286 views

Not able to create subdomain from goDaddy [closed]

I have this domain iarmar.com hosted in goDaddy and as my web server is with another host i am using host @ record to point it to my server. my webserver is powered by CentOS and Cpanel11. i tried ...
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votes
2answers
369 views

Sell a subdomain like a real domain [closed]

I own a domain name called "ygn.cc" just like co.cc or com.us. What I would like to do is to sell yourname.ygn.cc really cheap but just like the real domain features such as editing records. I have a ...
1
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1answer
96 views

How do you make a subdomain after subdomain like sub1.sub2.example.com?

I want to have a domain structure set up for development sites, such as project.dev.example.com. Can I do this easily in cpanel? Thanks
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1answer
293 views

Pointing a subdomain at a file

Switched hosting recently (Linux, CPanel, WHM). At the old host, there was a subdomain that had a file (instead of a directory) as a root. The file was a CGI script. The said subdomain was created via ...
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2answers
541 views

subdomain on another ip address

My main domain (example.com) sits on a server with IP address 1. I need to have a subdomain (forum.example.com) pointing to a server with IP address 2. Both servers are hosted at iWeb, so I have a ...
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3answers
2k views

Setting up subdomain on one .com to point to the subdomain on another .com shows cPanel welcome [closed]

I have 2 domains on 2 different servers, using two different sets of nameservers. In the DNS settings for the first TLD, lets say foo.com, I have the @ pointing to server1 which is running a specialty ...