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Web site not coming up

We use Network Solutions... and have for a while.

Our first site, A, is being directed to 123.456.789.123 and is working fine.

We just aquired site B.

I have changed "www" and "@ (None)" A records of site B to also point to 123.456.789.123... several days ago.

Site A continues to work while site B shows that the webpage cannot be found.

Pinging both A and B return the same 123.456.789.123 IP Address.

We're basically trying to get the new acquired company's website to point to ours.

Any thoughts... it's been a week and a half...  Site A is hosted at GoDaddy.
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Sheldon Livingston

8/22/2022 - Mon
PAdocIT

Googled htaccess redirect.

Second result has numerous ways to redirect a site.

http://www.webconfs.com/how-to-redirect-a-webpage.php
Sheldon Livingston

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It appears that these solutions show how to adjust IIS (which Network Solutions won't let me do to their servers) or via a page redirect (which won't work since I can't even get to a page to begin with).
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I'm a little lost on how you're trying to point the new domain name to your currently hosted website.

So site A is hosted with Network Solutions and site b is\was hosted with go daddy. I assume go daddy is the doman registar for b as well?

When you say "I have changed "www" and "@ (None)" A records of site B to also point to 123.456.789.123... several days ago."

You changed this in the nameservers for the domain?

example of nameservers on my domain (go daddy) that point ot my host (hostgator).
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Sheldon Livingston

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The site itself is hosted at GoDaddy.  Sites A and B have Network Solutions as their registrar.  

Appears that NS won't allow both to point to one IP... you can point one but need, for a price, to "forward" the other.
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Figured out myself