A domain name added by the Messaging Multiplexor to a client's user ID for LDAP searching and for logging into a mailbox server.
A domain that exists as a software entity on a server as contrasted with a domain that actually is comrised of a dedicated hardware location. A virtual domain has a numeric IP address and can include websites, mailservers, FTP sites or any other resource type. WWWebfx Home Page
An alias to a server maintained and operated by an IPP or ISP, or to a specific set of directories on such a server. It allows a company or individual without the resources and expertise to maintain their own Internet server to nonetheless have a unique domain name.
A site on the Internet that exists virtually with other domains on the same network server that has its own IP address.
a domain name which is associated with an IP address, but is not the primary domain name for that IP address
a name that you purchase to use on the Internet from Internic, like Global Networks domain name is gna
an extension off of your domain name
an Internet address which does not have its own server
a site with a name like www
a third level domain name, such as home
A domain that resides on a server with one or more other domains sharing the same server. Virtual domains are useful for low-to-middling trafiic site.
A domain or site hosted by a virtual server.
The practice of placing several domains at the same IP address and using the server to "funnel" requests to the correct page.
E.G.: www.customer.com (a) Requires InterNIC registration.
A domain that exists as a software entity on the server, which doesn't need a dedicated hardware location. A server can receive mail for a virtual domain.
The address of a web page which utilises the name of the company. For instance, this site for Data Koncepts is www.dk.co.nz:80 just the same way that Microsoft's web site is www. microsoft.com. Utilizing a virtual domain goes a long way toward leveling the playing field for you with corporate giants.
Also seen as "redirecting URLs," a virtual domain is one that exists in type, but not on an actual server. Popular redirecting services (cjb.net, for example) will allow you to sign up for a "virtual" domain name of your choice. This is useful if your actual URL is long and not easily remembered. By typing in the redirecting URL of your choice, you are automatically redirected by the service to your actual, longer URL.
See Also: DNS, Domain, Hosting, InterNIC
When you are supporting multiple domains on a single server, each domain being served is often referred to as a virtual domain. Different server software implements or defines virtual domains in different ways. The strict definition of virtual domain is when a single IP address is shared between multiple domains. Summary uses the term virtual domain in any situation involving more than one domain. Summary gets the name of the domain either from the domain name that the visitor typed as part of the request, the IP address which received the request, the configured server name, or the name of the sub-folder in the Logs folder, and calls that the virtual domain name. In some cases these will refer to actual (as opposed to virtual) domains.
A domain name that actually lives on another computer. If you purhased a Web site through yahoo.com, you would have a virtual domain (the world would visit you at www.yourname.com, but all your file s would actually exist on yahoo.com).
a domain name hosted by a computer already having it's own domain name. Example: www.AdultStudent.com is the virtual domain for the set of files located at http://www.webcom.com/thrive/student/. The files are the exact same ones accessed either way. Webcom.com is the hosting server, AdultStudent.com is one of many virtual domains hosted by the server.
A website setting on its own domain name. For example this web site is located on the Virtual Domain www.AQABASEO.com.
A domain hosted by a virtual server account.
A term used by web hosting services when multiple web sites are hosted on a single web server. Each web site hosted on that server can have a unique domain name, called a virtual domain.
a domain name that actually resides on someone else's Web Server and enables a business to use its own name instead of the ISP's in their email address or URL. (Be sure to ask your ISP if they can help you with this service so that you can personalise your website eg. www.yourbusinessnamehere.com.au.)