Ok, so I have my domain hosted at Godaddy with a crappy $5/month plan. It's not bad for small usage... 'unlimited' bandwidth, 10GB space. I use it for file storage (minecraft server backup archives) and the free phpbb forum. I also have a minecraft server hosted with Bitcable, 8-core 3.2ghz KVM, 4gb ram, 200GB raid, 2.4TB transfer/month on a gigabit link. Right now I have an A-record on the godaddy domain pointing to it (mc.domain.com) so I have a nice clean subdomain for folks to type in. I'm also running Dynmap, which provides realtime mapping of the minecraft server. That's in a subdirectory on the bitcable boxes webserver. I'd like to create another subdomain and have it point to the mapping directory on the bitcable box (map.domain.com). How can I get a subdomain to point to a subdirectory on a remote box? Yes I should probably ditch the $5 plan and put it all on the bitcable box, but meh. EDIT: Typing this all out helped me think through it a bit... I'm guessing I need some sort of .htaccess tomfoolery to redirect connections that have the Map subdomain as a referrer, but maybe there's a better way?