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Re: Network domain vs Virtual domain in httpd



You need to add entries for both sites as virtual sites.  The first
virtual host becomes the default (for unmatched requests).  When you use
virtual hosts it ignores the generic DocumentRoot and only uses the
virtual ones.

--Ken


On Sat, 2004-05-01 at 21:53, Mike Chambers wrote:
> Running FC2T3 here (fresh install)...
> 
> I have a domain name that is part of my home network that is
> registered.  It worked just fine when trying to access it via http and
> getting the Fedora test page.
> 
> I have now added a new registered domain as a virtual host and it works
> with no problems.  Except now, the network domain name seems to show the
> same index page that my virtual host uses.
> 
> Network domain..
> http://www.netlyncs.com
> 
> Virtual host..
> http://www.mitchellracin.com
> 
> You can see they go to the same page I guess.
> 
> Here is the URL to my httpd.conf file, and maybe someone can see what I
> have configured wrong?
> 
> http://www.netlyncs.com/~mike/httpd.conf
> 
> -- 
> Mike Chambers
> Madisonville, KY
> 
> "It's only funny until someone gets hurt...Then it's hilarious!"
> 



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