I have a rather odd dilemma...
I created A-records for each domain, and pointed them at the server. At this point, I thought I was good to go - but I soon found a bug in this otherwise awesome setup...
I can login to the main domain with super-admin credentials just fine. However, when I try to access the control panel for another site in the network, I'm kicked out and redirected to
wp-login.php . (I can see the rest of the site just fine. This weirdness only appears when I try to view the admin panel.)
I tried changing
DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE constant from the principal domain to the domain to one of the network sites and it allowed me to login on that site - but only that site. (I could still hit the principal domain as well, but on any of the other network sites, login was still hosed.)
Should I be messing with the
DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE constant, or should I just define it based on the current domain?