Domain Name Forwarding

Domain name forwarding, also known as URL forwarding, is a technique used in web hosting to redirect one domain name to another. When a user enters the forwarded domain in their browser, they are automatically directed to the destination domain. This can be useful in various scenarios, such as when a company wants to redirect traffic from an old website to a new one, or when multiple domain names (like .com, .net, .org) are owned by the same entity and should lead to the same website. Domain forwarding can be set up to be temporary (HTTP 302 redirect) or permanent (HTTP 301 redirect).