Knowledgebase: Subversion Questions
How can I configure a custom domain name for my SVN repostiory?
Posted by WushNet - Michael Ching on 09 March 2009 10:44 PM
To configure a custom domain name, you would first need to configure the DNS on your domains to point to our servers, then we can verify these settings and configure our end to respond on your domains.
If you decide to do this, please note that the SSL certificate will give a warning since it would not match the new domain. To resolve this, you would need to provide an SSL certificate from a recognized certificate authority or purchase one through us ($20/yr). Additionally, there would be a $1/mo charge from us for each dedicated IP address used (each certificate requires a unique IP address). Otherwise, we can just serve it out using our normal wush.net SSL certificate, but you will receive a warning when accessing the site that the domain name does not match.
To have a custom domain name set up, please contact email@example.com and let us know how you would like to proceed and we will provide you with the proper DNS settings to use.