[OT] on-rev urls

Bill Marriott wjm at wjm.org
Sat Apr 18 07:37:03 EDT 2009

You must

1) In GoDaddy's Domain Manager, Point your nameservers for yourdomain.com to 
ns1.on-rev.com and ns2.on-rev.com

2) In On-Rev's control panel, set up an add-on domain for yourdomain.com

Voila, you have yourdomain.com working without all that subdomain business. 
(Don't use forwarding!)

"Colin Holgate" <coiin at rcn.com> wrote in message 
news:CB201326-3DD6-4A0B-A280-B81F91888C81 at rcn.com...
> Hopefully the non-Founders here will humor us asking some questions  about 
> on-rev!
> I've had two domains forwarded to areas in my on-rev account (they  were 
> previously sat doing nothing at Go Daddy). The redirecting took a  few 
> hours to kick in, but now if I type the original url, of say 
> www.mysite.com , it gets through to mysite.holgate.on-rev.com ok.
> I've read online that you can't make it keep the original url, which  is 
> unfortunate, but understandable. Come the day that Rev does domain 
> registering, would it be feasible to transfer from Go Daddy to Go Rev  (or 
> whatever it would be called), and then see the original urls under  my 
> on-rev account?
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