Multiple domains pointing to same website

I have got two domains and registered in my name. I would like to redirect all the requests coming from following sources to the same ip address and port.

One approach is to update the DNS records so that both these domains points to the same ip address.

  • This will work but the only issue is that the users will see two different addresses in browser’s address bar one having freemindcafe and other freemindscafe.

  • The other disadvantage is that if we are setting authentication via google/facebook etc; we will have to provide a callbacck url. Now over there we can provide a single call back url, but because of url redirection one time the call back url will be freemindcafe and the other time the call back url will be freeminscafe


  • I am using the digital oceans service, so my examples are based on that.
  • We need to make sure that both the domains are pointing to the same ip address.

DNS Records for

DNS Records for

  • Once both the domain points to the same ip adrress, at your web server you will have to make sure to forward one domain to the other domain. I am forwarding to

      Using nginx as webserver and doing the http redirection
      ####contents of nginx xonfiguration file
      server_names_hash_bucket_size 64;
      server {
          server_name  *;
          rewrite ^/(.*)$1 permanent;
         #return 301$1;