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From "John Elkins" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] IP based subdomain in second server
Date Tue, 24 May 2005 20:27:00 GMT
You can't have a domain in different places, far as I know.  But, you can put a page on your
domain at, and have it refresh to your ADSL-connected server. 
refresh is an http command in the page header.


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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Alvaro Cobo 
  Sent: 05/24/2005 4:16 PM
  Subject: [users@httpd] IP based subdomain in second server

  Hi guys: 

  I am a newbie and this is my first post. I would like to have your wise advice. The problem
is as follows: 

  I have a domain and a paid hosting which serves our mail and some pages. Additionally to
this I would like to have my own server with Apache, where I would like to host a subdomain.
For this task I have a static IP address, a server and an ADSL connection to internet at home.

  So when the experiment is ready I will have: at in an external
hosting and at hosted in my own server at home)

  The questions are as follows: 

  Is this possible to do that?. 

  Is this subject related to the server configuration or it is more related to the DNS server

  Is there any specific directive I have to take in account in the moment of configuring my

  Any clue will be very, very, very appreciated. 

  Thanks and best regards, 


  PD: I have read the Apache IP-Based and Apache Name-Based Virtual Host support documents,
but I am still confused. 

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