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Hello, I'm looking to confirm or not that logs as described below might exist. I have a domain www.a.com registered with GoDaddy. Using GoDaddy control panel for DNS zones, I ...
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    Hello,

    I'm looking to confirm or not that logs as described below might exist.
    I have a domain www.a.com registered with GoDaddy. Using GoDaddy control panel for DNS zones, I have set up redirection of domain www.a.com to domain www.b.com.
    Domain www.b.com is set up on apache server.

    Is there a way to find logs (on a server where I have www.b.com web running) that would tell me number of visits redirected from www.a.com to www.b.com?

    Thanks for any input.
    Regards, Tom

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    Try "nslookup www.a.com" and www.b.com. Assuming that you have setup your domain with GoDaddy to associate it with your static IP address for the server (or your gateway with http/https tunnels - ports 80 and 443), then it should show up in the internet DNS servers. Since you redirected www.a.com to www.b.com, then both dns lookups should return the same IP address.
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