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comment NAT, iptables and problematic ports
The last lines of IPTABLES refer to IPTABLES on computer A or computer B?
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comment Subdomains not working with virtual hosts on apache2 ubuntu
@cy834sh4rk I'm glad this worked out. Now I've seen you're a new user around SE (stack exchange) so I would adive you to read the FAQ both the one for ServerFault and the one for StackOverflow. Essentially as a newcomer the community will be expecting that you upvote/accept good answers on your questions. Welcome!
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comment Subdomains not working with virtual hosts on apache2 ubuntu
Just add an A record red to the domain mysite.com pointing to your IP. On computers things must be solved in layers. No need to check the logs when the domain is not pointing in the correct direction...
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comment Subdomains not working with virtual hosts on apache2 ubuntu
@cy834sh4rk can I assume red.mysite.com is a FQDN (fully qualified domain name)? Meaning that you paid some register for a .com domain name that you can access everywhere? If so, most providers have a control panel where you set up the DNS. You have to create a new entry for red and point it to your IP.