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how to stop ksxxxx.kimsufi.com?


antdgar
26-02-2012, 14:57
Ok, thanks. I used a 301 redirect. Hopefully google stops presenting those URLs now.

Andy
25-02-2012, 18:31
You'll need to use a 301 redirect rule for Apache, or better still lock the virtual host to a hostname instead of a wildcard.

antdgar
25-02-2012, 17:19
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
ksxxxx.kimsufi.com will always resolve to your fixed IP. If you want, as Andy suggested, you could configure your server to not display your website if it's accessed via ksxxxx.kimsufi.com.
How can I find a tutorial for this? I'm using apache, but not sure what this process is called.

Razakel
25-02-2012, 15:51
Quote Originally Posted by antdgar
I'm guessing it will take some time for ksxxxx.kimsufi.com to stop resolving to my domain, as I only changed it a few hours ago?
ksxxxx.kimsufi.com will always resolve to your fixed IP. If you want, as Andy suggested, you could configure your server to not display your website if it's accessed via ksxxxx.kimsufi.com.

antdgar
25-02-2012, 13:01
Quote Originally Posted by Andy
As long as when you go to the ksxxxx.kimsufi.com address it doesn't show the website, then yes it should be fine once Google realises. If it does you'll probably need to modify the virtual host on the web server to exclude it.

Bottom line, if it's not showing up when you visit it, it'll be fine
I'm guessing it will take some time for ksxxxx.kimsufi.com to stop resolving to my domain, as I only changed it a few hours ago?

Andy
25-02-2012, 12:31
As long as when you go to the ksxxxx.kimsufi.com address it doesn't show the website, then yes it should be fine once Google realises. If it does you'll probably need to modify the virtual host on the web server to exclude it.

Bottom line, if it's not showing up when you visit it, it'll be fine

antdgar
25-02-2012, 05:51
I have changed my reverse to .com but it continues to show in google search results. Will google automatically remove this once it stops resolving to my ip?

Or will I have to ask google to remove it (it is duplicate content that has higher pagerank than my proper URL)

Also, ksxxxxx.kimsufi.com is still resolving to my ip