[TriLUG] OT: Sub-Domain Services
clubjuggler at gmail.com
Tue Jan 25 13:40:46 EST 2005
Sounds like you just need to setup the IP address for the host called
"www" to be the IP address of your web server and the IP address for
the host called "dev" to be your home server's IP. No subdomains
Or did I misunderstand, and you really do want to have a subdomain
called dev.mydomain.com where you have multiple hosts that
work like this: host1.dev.mydomain.com, host2.dev.mydomain.com, etc...?
On Tue, 25 Jan 2005 13:23:41 -0500 (EST), Scott Lundgren
<trilug at capitalfellow.com> wrote:
> The recent thread on domains & registration got me to thinking about
> something I'd like to do and hopefully while the thread is relatively
> fresh there can be some recommendations.
> I own a domain registered & maintained by godaddy with their anon/proxy
> service for the WHOIS records.
> The domain is pointed to the nameservers for my web hosting provider.
> What I'd like is this:
> www.mydomain.com is routed to my webhosting provider.
> dev.mydomain.com is routed to my server at home.
> Looking at cpanel for my account @ the web hosting provider I can set up
> subdomains though they have to point to directory in my account. I don't
> see a way to set this up within GoDaddy's account maintainance. Ergo I
> guess I have to look for another way.
> Does DynDNS provide a service like this, and is anyone currently using it?
> - SL
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