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Re: Web-Site Hosting -- please help



Hi Nilesh,

If I understood your problem then I think you are trying to host website
(eg: www.xyz.com)of your friend in your web server and your domain is
abc.com.

If that is your question then all you have to do is tell your friend to 
configure his dns server to point www.xyz.com to the ip of your webserver.
You don't need to do anything in your dns server just to host his
webpages.

After pointing to your webserver by your friend, all you have to do now is
to configure your webserver and hope you have no problem for that.

Regards
Nabin Limbu

> Sir,
>
> They have also DNS server
>
> problem is they want to host site at my end
> at abc.com
> IP is Mine and domain name is his
> I want to both bind and the place is DNS
> but where should i bind in my DNS or in his DNS
>
>
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
>
>
> --- Ed Wilts <ewilts ewilts org> wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 04:59:11AM -0800, Nilesh
>> wrote:
>> >
>> > I have DNS sever (abc.com), I want to HOST client
>> > web-site at my end. that is different domain name
>> > (xyz.com )
>> > How can make entry in DNS.
>>
>> You can't since you don't own the name server
>> responsible for xyz.com.
>> You need to contain the domain administrator for
>> xyz.com to get the
>> entries added.  A whois on their domain will tell
>> you who the domain
>> admin is.
>>
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