I'm remoting to a virtual server via a provider using Apache [url removed, login to view] via WEBMIN, using unix/FreeBSD 4.8. I'm having a problem with ftp to the new domain on this virtual server. Well with this server I can add as many domains as I want. The specs are that it uses named server. I updated the [url removed, login to view] file as instructed from Apache for named server using the same IP address. The programmer that is working on my project can't upload files to my server via my [url removed, login to view] URL. I thought I remembered my last admin guy that helped me say that I needed to ftp to the IP address? I already did this and it worked. Files show up in the document root folder but the website won't resolve. I'm not sure I have this set up right so I need this done correctly and fast by a professional. I need two domains in total added to my configuration and they need to be working right. Only take this project if you can start and finish right away. This should only take a few minutes for the right person so please bid accordingly. Thanks.
Budget for this is 10 dollars. Sorry but not paying 30 dollars for 5 minutes as I don't have that kind of money.
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it seems the problem is with your dns/nameserver configuration, it can also be the virtual server entries of apache. i can do this quickly and right away, award me the project, thanks
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