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Post by BICKY1980 on Mon 27 Aug - 20:01

Hello

Could you help with setting up my forumotion to work on my sub domain

I have changed all the neccessary settings with my domain provider, which have been confirmed as being correct, however when I try to enter the personalized address within the ACP It says
The supplied domain name is not well configured
Your CNAME must redirect to : boltonnutstest.forumotion.co.uk

Please could you assist?

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Post by BICKY1980 on Mon 27 Aug - 20:16

You can use the following link to check the DNS settings
http://www.whatsmydns.net/#CNAME/forum.bwfcfans.co.uk

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Post by BICKY1980 on Tue 28 Aug - 7:42

Anybody?

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Post by BICKY1980 on Tue 28 Aug - 19:04


I had followed these steps, and had already set this up with my domain provider.

Just tried again and it worked...I also have another domain, which I need to set up the near enough exact same thing, but I have the same problem as already mentioned (I try to enter the sub domain into the personalized domain name, but get the error Your CNAME must redirect to : ******.forumotion.co.uk)

Please advise

Thanks

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 17:22

Rideem3 wrote:You have to wait for everything propagate on your host's side. That's not a Forumotion issue. This usually takes 24 - 72 hours. Then try it again.

It has been over 72 hours - at the moment its redirecting me to a french version of your site...(http://forum.forumactif.com/)

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:01

I got my domain provider to actually set this up on my behalf and check the settings - So surely its a forumotion issue.

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:03

why would the site go to a forumotion site then?

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:10

Destination/Target = boltonnuts.forumotion.co.uk

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:14


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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:18

Rideem3 wrote:The hostname has to be:
Code:
www.

Its a sub domain I am using (forum.boltonnuts.co.uk) ...www already points to a different site

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:29

I then get the following error

The supplied domain name is not well configured
Your CNAME must redirect to : boltonnuts.forumotion.co.uk

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:31

This is what I have already done...I'm back at square one again scratch

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:44

my www already points to another site - I dont want to change this. I want the sub domain of forum to point to the forumotion address...

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:50

I dont have CNAME management on the subdomain, so this is on the primary domain - This is how my domain provider told me to set it up

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 18:51

http://www.whatsmydns.net/#CNAME/forum.boltonnuts.co.uk

This site also shows it is set up correctly

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Post by BICKY1980 on Wed 29 Aug - 20:02

It is now working correctly (I didnt change anything, and this time it let me add the personalized domain name)

:wouhou: Solved

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Post by SLGray on Wed 29 Aug - 23:54

@BICKY1980 wrote:I dont have CNAME management on the subdomain, so this is on the primary domain - This is how my domain provider told me to set it up

@BICKY1980 wrote:http://www.whatsmydns.net/#CNAME/forum.boltonnuts.co.uk

This site also shows it is set up correctly

@BICKY1980 wrote:It is now working correctly (I didnt change anything, and this time it let me add the personalized domain name)

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