WEB Web Registrar With Good Domain Control Panel?

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  1. SmugZombie

    SmugZombie OT Supporter

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    I use godaddy all the time, but i cant use multiple hosts on one domain. Ie

    @ --> 111.111.111.111

    and

    @2 --> 111.111.111.112

    so i can direct

    mydomain.com to @
    and
    svr1.mydomain.com to @2


    Will any registrar have a good domain control panel to allow me to do this, i have the domain name in mind, and would like to register is sooner than later.

    EDIT: and forwarding is not going to work in this situation... im using it for multiple remote desktops

    I essentially want

    svr1.mydomain.com to go to my iis server
    svr2.mydomain.com to go to my sql server
    svr3.mydomain.com to go to my domain server
    svr4... and so on

    all have seperate ips
     
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  2. Browning

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    wait, not sure if you can do that there though:o
     
  4. SmugZombie

    SmugZombie OT Supporter

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    i saw namecheap.com coming, but all i hear about is reg and thats it... no cp or anything..
     
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    Thanks for your input though - it is appreciated
     
  6. SmugZombie

    SmugZombie OT Supporter

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    FUUUU... Called Godaddy... Problem solved in no time...

    I thought i needed to make multiple hosts then point cnames at them

    turns out i just needed to create the host.


    @ --- regular ip
    svr1 ---- svr1's ip...


    and creating the host automatically creates the sub domain.. ugh.


    BTW, godaddys support is pretty good.
     
  7. Browning

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    namecheap>godaddy
     
  8. crazybenf

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    Ive never had an issue with godaddy.
     
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    neither have I
     
  10. Kevin

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    Have you tried Verio? They're a bit more expensive but they're also a bit better.
     
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    I was going to mention this but you seem to have it all figured out, when you create the sub domain host you can typically point it via IP or DNS or something else as well. I always point them with IP i have never used any of the other options.
     

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