Subdomain options

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by gring, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. gring

    gring Member


    I can't find documentation about the options in the subdomain menu.

    What are the different redirect types (R, L, RL) ?

    How should we format the Redirect path ( filesystem path? Url with http:// ? simple domain name?)

    I'd like to redirect while keeping the original url in the browser, is it possible?

  2. Horfic

    Horfic Member

    Yes, with the L as Redirect Typ.
  3. rdv25772

    rdv25772 New Member

    Can anybody tell me what the different redirect types means?

    Many thanks in advance
  4. Horfic

    Horfic Member

    L = The url stays. phpmyadmin.domain.xx => domain.xx/phpmyadmin = phpmyadmin.domain.xx in the URL-Bar

    R = The phpmyadmin.domain.xx => domain.xx/phpmyadmin = domain.xx/phpmyadmin in the URL-Bar

    Don't know for the RL, I think it adds the path to the url.
    phpmyadmin.domain.xx => domain.xx/phpmyadmin = phpmyadmin.domain.xx/domain.xx/phpmyadmin
    But as I said I don't know.
  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  6. gring

    gring Member

    Hi, thanks for your answers, now I know what these flags stand for.

    Howerver, no matter what I put in the flags dropdown, it keeps making a simple redirection.

    Any Ideas how I should start to troubleshoot this?
  7. gring

    gring Member

    Hi, I finally got my server running, but I still have the same problem, using the noflag or L option keeps to behave like a R (redirection).
  8. SamTzu

    SamTzu Active Member

    Apache Redirect rule sets for ISPconfig

    4 us lazy ppl.

    Apache Redirect rule sets
    (Recommendation is to *always* use [L] flag. Last Rule.)

    L = (last rule) Original URL stays in the browser address field.
    R = (force redirect) changes the URL to the new URL. (=Google rank killer.)
    RL = Use [R] with [L] rather than just R flag. Makes a redirect to new (visible) address and then stops with [L]ast rule.
    R=301,L = "The resoure you requested has been moved permanently to this new address."
  9. SamTzu

    SamTzu Active Member

    I'm curious what is the difference between No Redirect & No Flag?
  10. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    "No Redirect" is no redirect while "No Flag" is a redirect without specifyng a redirect flag in apache for this redirect. If you like to see the different configs, set a redirect and then take a look into the resulting vhost file.

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