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From Joost de Heer <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Making sure a URL doesn't change when the site is hosted somewhere else
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2010 18:10:20 GMT
On 2-8-2010 18:05, Mike Soultanian wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm not sure what this is called, but I work at CSULB and have a website
> hosted there. Problem is that we're using ColdFusion on-campus and
> they're phasing out support for that platform.
> So, I'm going to move the site off-campus, but I need to make sure that
> when a user goes to "", the URL stays the same, even
> though the site is being hosted off-campus.
> We currently run Apache on-campus and I was looking to do our off-campus
> hosting with Godaddy. Does anyone know how I can set things up such that
> the URL will stay the same and look like the site is hosted at CSULB,
> even though the site is being hosted from an off-campus location?

Change the DNS entry to point to the IP address of the new host.


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