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    If its being set up with a host header, you shouldn't need to ask SWGfL for anything as far as I know.

    Basically what'll happen (I imagine) is that you'll have say www.domain.com as your standard domain and moodle.domain.com as your moodle site. Whichever one people try and browse will redirect them to the same IP address (I'm assuming both sites will be on the same server/IP/port). The web server itself will then figure out which site's been requested and deal with all of the other details.

    The only thing you may need to ask SWGfL for is a DNS record for your moodle site, but if you've already got the school domain you shouldn't need it.

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