There's two issues at play here.
1. DNS: I don't think you can CNAME a domain like that. For
example, you can't CNAME example.com but you can CNAME somehost.example.com. You
have to assign*your domain the*same A record as your other domain.
Bind should be spitting out errors if you try to CNAME like that. Check to make
sure that the domain is first resolving properly. I'd do something like "dig
@18.104.22.168 yourdomain.com".*I use*an outside DNS so that I can see what
results DNS servers are receiving when querying your server, assuming your
server is authoritative.
2. Virtual hosts: You need to modify your configuration of
apache to add the virtual host to be the same as the one you
Without either, it won't work. If you're still stuck and
don't mind giving us your two domains, it'll be easier to determine whether it's
a virtual host issue or a DNS issue.
From: Tudod Ki [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: January 1, 2010 7:00 AM
Subject: domain redirection how?
I want to redirect a domain:*
so I edit the "somedomain.eu.hosts" file with vim [appending this two
line to the end]:
somedomain * * *IN * * *CNAME *
* * tothis.eu.
then I update the serial, save the file, quit, then:
rndc reload somedomain.eu
but it still doesn't work.
how could I redirect the domain with "$ORIGIN"?
do I have to enable something in apache [e.g.: enable the
both domain is mine [on this server]
apache * * * * * * * * *
bind9 * * * * * * * * *
os: Debian Etch
Or any docs/howtos