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Old 02-02-2008, 12:00 PM   #1
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Question Redirecting from old site to new site

Hi Guys...

My problem is that they just now made me switch over some sites to a new server. But there're some subdomains which are not hosted on our DNS servers and they don't have 0-24 on-call.

Nothing is changed just the site IP. I still have access to the old serer. So to circumvent DNS I need to redirect every query from thae old IP of the old webserver that comes to "", and point it toward the new IP of the new server.

How can I do this with some apache config maybe??

If you can please help me...

Old 02-02-2008, 12:52 PM   #2
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... or maybe, I should look for some network redirection? If yes, how?

Anyway, how is the best way to handle this when I cannot change the DNS for a relatively long time and the site needs to keep operational on the new server? How do I redirect requests?


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