Sub-Domain times out

When you add a sub-domain and it times out make sure you do not have redirection set from that sub-domain also. This can cause the sub-domain to time-out. You may also need for domain propagation to take place with your ISP. This can take as long as 72 hours depending on your ISP and how often they update their DNS records. A fluctuation of it working and then not working temporarily is expected.

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