Malte Geierhos
July 23, 2011 04:40PM
Hi

sure this looks fine for me,
just be aware of the changes regarding your
dns servers, some providers do it a different way than usual.
if you have the primary dns server assigned to your server,
the you*ll have no problems

kind regards,
malte

Am 24.07.2011 um 00:11 schrieb Gelonida:

>
>
> On 7/23/2011 3:55 PM, Hendrik Schumacher wrote:
>> You can privately map the domain name to your ip address by adding an
>> entry to the hosts file (or a private dns server) on your test client.
>> This way you don't have to change anything in nginx.
>>
>> Hendrik
>>
>
> Fully agree with Hendrik.
> Changing the host entries on your test client is easiest to test virtual servers.
>
> If you're on a unix / linux PC just add an entry to /etc/hosts
>
> under windows the file is located in
>
> C:\Windows\Sysyem32\drivers\etc\hosts
>
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