What DNS entries do I set up for a Virtual Domain?
Virtual Domains are configured beneath a full Domain.
Therefore the DNS records should point to the IP address of the Full Domain.
If you are unsure which Domain the Virtual domain was created beneath this can be determined by selecting Domains>Edit in the GUI. The Base domain will be listed here.
A Typical DNS entry for the Full Domain would look like:
yourdomain.com IN MX 10 mail.yourdomain.com mail.yourdomain.com IN A 18.104.22.168
The DNS records for the Virtual Domain would point to the same IP address:
virtualdomain.com IN MX 10 mail.virtualdomain.com mail.virtualdomain.com IN A 22.214.171.124
- What is a virtual domain?
- Why can I not create a virtual domain that uses my existing domain as part of the name?
- Do I need seperate IP address for multiple domains?
- What is an MX record?
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