domain.com -> ipserver
wordpress.domain.com -> ipserver
joomla.domain.com -> ipserver
so obviously each of the submain having different apllication… Im using apache.
In terms of setting up Apache virtual hosts, you can follow this tutorial for Ubuntu, and this tutorial for CentOS.
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I used the search box on this page and came up with a tutorial on DNS level of setting up subdomains, and in that tutorial are links to application level tutorials as well. See which ones apply for your use case. Good luck.
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From a DNS standpoint, you would simply create the following records on your DNS page:
wordpress CNAME @
joomla CNAME @
From an apache standpoint, you will simply need to create corresponding virtualhost entries to deal with the new incoming traffic.
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