View Full Version : Dual domains on same virtual server?
04-01-2004, 04:17 AM
I want to set-up a second domain name. I realize that I could pay a $20 set-up fee for an IRM, however also an additional cost, annually, for a new domain would be expensive. So I was wondering if I could point a free sub-domain name ("dynamic DNS") to a subdirectory of www directory (where web page files/content are stored) through subdirectories .htaccess file?
04-01-2004, 04:46 AM
As provided in the FutureQuest Terms of Service:
Circumvention of Fees: The circumvention of fees by the engineering of a method that emulates a service or value added service established or offered by FutureQuest, such as but not limited to, the IRM/IRO functionality is strictly prohibited, unless otherwise explicitly stated or expressed by FutureQuest.
However, if you are wanting a subdomain (such as forums.yourdomain.com - where "yourdomain.com" is the domain name of your Full Package), you would not need to register another domain name. The Service Fee associated with this from FutureQuest would be a one-time $25.00 Service Fee. This would be considered a DS-IR.
If you want an IRM or IRO, on the other hand, a domain name will need to be registered with a domain registrar. The one-time Service Fee from FutureQuest to set up the IR would be $25.00.
More information about DS-IRs and IRs can be found here:
Hope this helps to clarify your options,
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