The company in which I’m doing my internship asked me to set up locally a WordPress network with this structure:
so without .com or whatever..
I have control on a CentOS server, so I have to deal directly with the Linux server configuration (in which I don’t actually have any experience, as well as the administrator guy who usually deals with Microsoft environments). Consequently, I have control on httpd conf file and such things.
I’ve been able to set up the whole WordPress network using the structure mentioned and I can access both the network dashboard (sitebuilder/wp-admin) and each subsite dashboard (site1.sitebuilder/wp-admin) using the browser installed on the CentOS server. Unfortunately, I can’t access the network dashboard on other computers in the same company LAN. Yet I’m able to access subsite dashboard.
Maybe it’s just a matter of Apache configuration, or some DNS stuff, but I don’t know how to sort it out and I have almost no experience on server side.
Anyway, I was able to get things work with a structure like: sitebuilder.com, site1.sitebuilder.com, etc.. (with .com or whatever)
Some ideas? Something more I should explain in order to understand my problem?
Maybe isn’t just possible, I don’t know
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