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Non-existant sub-domains

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by PedstersPlanet, Jun 22, 2006.

  1. PedstersPlanet

    PedstersPlanet Guest

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    If someone points to say http://test.domain.com which doesn't exist, they get the default (domain) plesk page. Is there a way to configure it to go to a 404 page?
     
  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    Have you removed the DNS entry
    Code:
    [b]*.domain.com.  CNAME  domain.com.[/b]
     
  3. PedstersPlanet

    PedstersPlanet Guest

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    Theres no DNS entry like that in plesk......
     
  4. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    But there may be at one of the following (which also handle DNS for your domain):
    ns.123-reg.co.uk
    ns2.123-reg.co.uk
    ns.hosteurope.com
    ns2.hosteurope.com

    hosteurope may be in your domain registrar's info as being related. You need to look at your dnsreport and clean up things to get rid of the failures....
     
  5. PedstersPlanet

    PedstersPlanet Guest

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    But if i remove the:

    *............A............ {I.P}
    or
    @..........A............{I.P}
    (I forget which)

    .....then sub-domains won't work, unless my clients/me update the DNS each time adding the sub-domaine name....

    The only CNAME I/We have is for the FTP.

    If I mis-read you, I appologise
     
  6. PedstersPlanet

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    There's must be a fix for this...... as many other Apache servers (not necessarily with Plesk installed) do not have this glitch/problem..
    Anyone?
     
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