Well I dunno mate, but I think there’s something seriously wrong here. I tried adding a couple of subdomains and they report as functioning in Panel, I can shell & ftp to them, but they won’t resolve in a browser. When creating them I left the (default) ‘http://www.domain.com/ and http://domain.com/ work.’ setting and they simply wouldn’t respond at all. After changing them to ‘Remove “www.” if somebody goes to http://www.domain.com/’ one of them at least appeared to resolve in a browser, but only with a 403, while the other spat the bad_http_conf after about 5 minutes (which I thought is indicative of a server-IP resolution issue).
I’ve issued $host domain.com in shell and some of the domains respond as having different IPs - one group even within a different range - and I’m interested in why that would be the case.
Do you think the different IPs indicate that they’re on different filers or something? If not, why would domains/subdomains under the same user account (let alone main account) use different IPs if they’re actually all at the same place?
184.108.40.206 (2x subdomains) <- 1x403 & 1xbad_httpd
220.127.116.11 (3x fq domains)
18.104.22.168 (1x subdomain)
22.214.171.124 (1x fq domain)
126.96.36.199 (2x fq domains)
I suppose I can query support about this but I’d much rather have them fixing clank and blingy atm.
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