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domain mapping problem -- directs to registration page (17 posts)

  1. amour
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Haven’t work yet. So here I am putting details of everything:
    --Virtual host with an IP dedicated; backend is directadmin;
    --A couple websites in the virtual host and domain.com was set default site, where wordpress 3.0 installed;
    --Subdomain was chosen, and wildcard was set in the dns of domain.com;
    --Plugin was installed followed below instructions:
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    1. Copy sunrise.php into wp-content/. No sunrise.php there.
    2. In WordPress 3.0, create wp-content/mu-plugins folder.
    3. Copy domain_mapping.php into wp-content/mu-plugins/.
    4. Paste define( 'SUNRISE', 'on' ); into wp-config.php.
    5. As a "super admin", visit Super Admin->Domain Mapping to create the domain mapping database table and set the server IP address or a domain to point CNAME records at.
    6. Definition of COOKIE_DOMAIN in your wp-config.php not found.
    //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    --Configuration doesn’t matter I think, I have tried many options of different configurations;
    --test.domain.com was created successfully;
    --test.com dns was set one Aname to the dedicated IP; no other settings for test.com dns;
    --at backend of wordpress, test.com was set primary domain of test.domain.com;
    --visit test.com I got http://domain.com/wp-signup.php?new=test.com
    Which likes the same problem of below link describes, I am not sure whether it is same problem or not;
    http://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/domain-mapping-isnt-working-dns-is-fine
    as its solution I checked wp-config.php, which has been modified successfully, but it still doesn’t work;

    *********************************************************************
    Above is what I have done, hope info is enough;
    Meanwhile in the official instruction mentioned cpanel setting, which as my understanding we should park test.com to domain.com in cpanel, since I am using directadmin, I use domain pointer to point test.com to domain, still doesn’t work;
    *********************************************************************

    Thanks for your time and if any info need I can add later.

  2. amour
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    WordPress MU Domain Mapping by donncha used
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/

  3. Did you visit the backend of the test blog and under Tools -> Domain Mapping, actually go through the process of mapping the domain to that blog?

  4. amour
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    andrea, yes i did that. doesn't work.

  5. mikeall
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I am having similar issues but the funny thing is that I can get the mapping to work on a few domains but 1 domain just forwards to the login page. Very strange.

  6. ranchopalos
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, I have a problem using http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/ I want to map my old domain http://www.enchiridion-militis.com/ using a subdomain http://enchiridion-militis.ranchopalosverdeshomes.net, my hosting it is WHM and domain registrar is http://www.godaddy.com, Please help me out how to point the DNS and IP address.

  7. ranchopalos
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Thanks, for your reply, actually I setup already the "mu domain mapping" in this site http://www.ranchopalosverdeshomes.net and I create already wildcard subdomain http://enchiridion-militis.ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/ my goal is, I want to mapp the http://www.enchiridion-militis.com/ using sub domain http://enchiridion-militis.ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/ my problem is does not work the domain mapping, everything is working except the domain mapping, may be I have a problem pointing my DNS or cname see the following below the screenshoot:

    1. this is my screenshoot of my WHM :http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/screenshoot/screenshoot_1.jpg

    2. screenshoot for my cpanel http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/screenshoot/screenshoot_2.jpg

    3. screenshoot for my domain mapping in the backend http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/screenshoot/screenshoot_3.jpg

    4. screenshoot for super admin http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/screenshoot/screenshoot_4.jpg

    Please help me to figure out my problem.

    Thanks,
    Gerwin

  8. Did you do ANY of the steps outlined above?

    Did you make an A record?
    Did you park your domain?

  9. ranchopalos
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes! Follow the step above, I make A record, the domain I want to map it is a park domain this is link: http://www.enchiridion-militis.com/

    I don't know why still does not work.

  10. ranchopalos
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Actually here is the screenshoot of A record added my WHM
    http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/screenshoot/A_record.jpg

  11. Not my forte but ...

    I see you have ranchopalosverdeshomes.net. for that domain and www.enchiridion-militis.com for the other. Why not enchiridion-militis.com ?

    (remove the http:\\ from my example, the forums force that in)

  12. Add the A record at your domain registrar.

  13. ranchopalos
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Actually here is my screenshoot in godaddy
    http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net/screenshoot/godaddy.jpg I don't know where to add A record for http://www.enchiridion-militis.com, only I know nameserver that I point already

    ns1.enchiridion-militis.com
    ns2.enchiridion-militis.com

  14. As I have said in repeated numerous threads, being hosted at godaddy is *different*.

    Read this:
    http://gmichaelguy.com/blog/2010/11/28/my-wordpress-3-0-multi-site-domain-mapping-with-godaddy/

  15. ranchopalos
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Actually http://ranchopalosverdeshomes.net and http://www.enchiridion-militis.com hosted WHM Cpanel and godaddy is my domain registrar.

    Note this is not hosted in godaddy.com

  16. Then all I can say is to make sure you;ve gone over every single step here:

    http://ottopress.com/2010/wordpress-3-0-multisite-domain-mapping-tutorial/

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