How can I see my website without changing the DNS?

To be able to see a website, an application or a subdomain that does not yet point to Conexcol, the client can do it locally by modifying the host file, this file will be found in the following routes:

Operating System Route

Windows 95/98 / Me ---> C: \ Windows \ hosts

Windows NT / 2000 ---> C: \ WINNT \ System32 \ drivers \ etc \ hosts

Windows XP / 2003 / Vista / 7/8/10 ---> C: \ Windows \ System32 \ drivers \ etc \ hosts

Mac OS / iPhone OS ---> / private / etc / hosts

Linux ---> /etc/hosts

To be able to do the process, you must open the file with Notepad or any plain text editor, if you do not let you copy the file on the desktop and open it there, at the end of the file place for example:

190.90.160. ** mydomain.com

190.90.160. ** mydomain.com/folder

190.90.160. ** subdomain.mydomain.com

The last digits may vary depending on the server, when hiring the Conexcol service at the moment of activating it, you will receive an email with the corresponding ip to your server.


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