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Hi all


I want to redirect an IP range to a subdomain.



if someone goes to www.xyz.com they should be forwarded to intern.xyz.com



The .htaccess code:


RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} 192.168.1
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://intern.xyz.com/ [R,L]


This doesn't work.... i don't know why. :)

When this is enabled, the whole site doesn't work anymore.


the .htaccess is in the main www folder. The folder structure is the following:



-/intern/ (this is DocumenRoot in the vhost file for subdomain intern.xyz.com)



Like everytime after posting; problem solved. All domains and subdomains has to be in separate folders, and NOT interleaved.


like this:


-external (www.xyz.com)

-intern (intern.xyz.com)

-something (something.xyz.com)

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That's what the new Coral vhosts setup does for you, to some extent. You still need to be sure to specify the separate folders properly.




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Another question:


If i delete a vhost in the coral admin-panel, the real folder is also deleted :) :huh:

Is this true, or it's only a bad phase of the moon ;)

Read the prompt. It doesn't delete it unless you tell it to do so :)

<p class="bbc_center"><span style="font-size:12px;"><strong>Yoni</strong></span></p>

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Yoni's right. Be sure to read the prompt. It absolutely removes the directory if you tell it to do so! Sort of like "del *.*"




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