Redirecting incoming traffic to
Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:13am

Any idea how I can have traffic that comes in from example just or to go to through Porkbun?

Right now any sub domain that's not "www" (which I had to set up separately) redirects to which is fine I guess?

Maybe I should just have the "www." redirect to too? That would be as simple as removing the "www." record that I added.


Also, this is only really an issue because of log in cookies not carrying over between the domain names. Cookies created a do not carry over to or (Which is expected but I would like to only have one new url. If people still want to use the old one, they can.)

    • I'm still using myself - Puckdropper, Thu Jun 17 2021 2:46am
      but I never log in. We made the decision to have direct to, but check out what happens if you try to go to the forums: I really don't know how to direct traffic like that. I usually set my DNS record and did it through... more
      • Oh wow that is odd. It also looks like UCL's domain has the "to www or not to www" option as well without any forced redirects. I usually used the site itself to redirect as well in the past but I was hoping not to do that. Maybe I'll just stick with the no "www" and have r... more
        • Maybe it's the way I set up the redirection? - Puckdropper, Tue Jun 22 2021 4:31pm
          I just changed it in cpanel. Apparently I didn't turn on or couldn't at the time turn on "wildcard redirect" which told the host to direct anything at the .org to the .net domain. Instead, it loaded from the default domain, Now when you go to more
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