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DNS records

James Kramer wrote:
> I know that I asked this before. Let me rephrase.   I use
> for my web sites.  They let me create and modify
> my nameservers and DNS records.  Is there any way that I can add a
> port to the DNS records so that I can port forward.  For instance can
> I use a CNAME or some other way to specify a different port for my web
> server other than 80.

Nope.  You need someone to do a redirect for you.

> Also can a dynamic ip service such as
> provide port forwarding?

Maybe.  Look for redirects in their services list.


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