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I apologize if this is a duplicate. I've been searching through the issue queue and my head is spinning but I haven't quite figured this out.
I have legacy nodes from before DA that I am filing into the proper subdomain. Each of these are assigned to the subdomain as well as the main domain (the main domain acts as a hub for all content from all subdomains). Because they are assigned to the main domain, you can go to these nodes on the main domain with no error. This isn't what I want, though. I want them to be listable on the main domain but actually go to the subdomain when clicked.
I turned on the rewrite option so all lists point you to the domain and that's great. But the search engines and other links are already pointing to the main domain for these nodes. I can't use path redirect because the path I'm redirecting from is a valid path and it errors. I saw the domain redirect module in one of these issues but that seems to be for redirecting from content that isn't available on the current domain, which isn't the case.
Since there's only about 200 legacy nodes and future nodes should be ok with the rewrite rule, I wonder if I should put something in .htaccess? Is there a better way that I'm missing?