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I have a VPS and a domain name registered with the provider.
When I enter www.example.com my site is displayed correctly, but entering example.com does not work. I am able to ping www.example.com.
I added the following line to my apache2 default vhosts file:
ServerName example.com ServerAlias www.example.com
But this did not work.
The VPS is a Debian5 OS.
Note: There is no option via a provided control panel to add this, it’s a basic package I purchased
I know this post answers it but there are no extra comments and I’d like to know if it’s the best way:
way to redirect page to www using virtual host configuration in sites-available for apache2?
To get DNS resolution to work, you need to have an A record for ‘example.com’, not just ‘www.example.com’. Once that’s there, what you’ve done so far will probably work. This sounds like an DNS issue so far.
To answer the second part of your question. The answer you link to is indeed a good example of doing the redirect. The first RewriteCond may not be required if you’re not using SSL, but it should not do any harm.