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Post Subdomain of somebody else
di Sven Vervloet su domenica 21 maggio 2017

Hi,

i'm new to your services. I am now one of your new members and have already registrered my first payed domain. The proces worked as expected, and I'm very happy with it.

But now, I have a different question. I made a platform for a local Zoo. I have it running on a local webserver, and (until now) I've used a free domain of No-IP to access it.

The Zoo itself has it's own domain and hosting, but it does not support the technology I have used. It would be ideal, if it was possible to get a subdomain of their domain, and use that to redirect to my pc.

I have found that I can add their subdomain, but it does not redirect. I that even possible? How would I do that (with their permission ofcourse)?

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Post Re: Subdomain of somebody else
di rahsharma su domenica 21 maggio 2017

Sven Vervloet wrote:Hi,

i'm new to your services. I am now one of your new members and have already registrered my first payed domain. The proces worked as expected, and I'm very happy with it.

But now, I have a different question. I made a platform for a local Zoo. I have it running on a local webserver, and (until now) I've used a free domain of No-IP to access it.

The Zoo itself has it's own domain and hosting, but it does not support the technology I have used. It would be ideal, if it was possible to get a subdomain of their domain, and use that to redirect to my pc.

I have found that I can add their subdomain, but it does not redirect. I that even possible? How would I do that (with their permission ofcourse)?
You can use the dynamic DNS service for a custom domain name as long as you list Dynu name servers for it.

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