Why the change of ports?
I would make a sub folder to WEB folder, set up virtual host with my domain name, use port 80 (standard), point it to the new sub folder, install Wordpress in the new folder so i get my MySQL database links right, and it should work with that domain name.
You don't need to change port, the virtual host redirect the traffic to the right pages, at least it dos it for me, same port for all virtual hosts.
ldtran wrote:Hello mike42dk,
I have a follow up question to this thread since the Synology support team was no help. I understand your suggestions about the virtual host creations above. I have a few questions of my own.
How do I:
1. Create individual blogs for each domain name? The Wordpress package install automatically installs in the ~/web root directory. Do I need to install or copy the ~/wordpress directory to each virtual host directory or just run the package that installed to allow blogs per domain (found in each virtual host directory)? If so, how can I do that with the spk file?
2. I registered several domains with godaddy and forwarded each to my DynDNS address. How do I make sure that the DynDNS address pointing to my home IP gets routed to each virtual host that has the respective domains? Does each domain need to be fwd to a unique DynDNS address which each DynDNS address must point to my home IP? The IP is dynamic due to the internet carrier, thus the use of the DDNS.
3. Do I have to create a different DynDNS address to point to my home IP or can one address suffice and the redirection to the Virtual host happen automatically by the Synology NAS?
Thank you in advance. No one has been able to help so far.
Thank you for the help.
1. Per your suggestion to install the Wordpress manually in each virtual host directory, should I download that install from wordpress.com or somewhere else?
2. So you mean I can just point each of my unique domain to my singular DynDNS domain which points to my DS? I think this is so because my router only has one DNS updater location to point to, which I will point to my DynDNS domain.
Thanks in advance.
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