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Setting up FQDN to something besides the host server

Question asked by Jared M on Aug 17, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 17, 2017 by Jared M

I have an openfire server up and running for Spark. Initially I had it set for users to connect to the host server FQDN of servername.xxx.local. But I want to change it so it's more user friendly for them, I decided to make it chat.xxx.local.

 

I made a A name record so DNS will resolve chat.xxx.local to 192.168.0.11 which is the server. I changed the FQDN to the new record and it told me success... but I'm seeing an error on the status page and it won't connect with chat and only the server name.

 

What steps am I missing? See screenshots. Thanks!

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