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DNS records

On Wed, 11 Apr 2007, James Kramer wrote:

>> 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.
> Thanks I am trying to get a full perspective of available options

If it is just a hobby server, is it a problem to include the port in the 

If is a CNAME, the port number will still be used on the 
final domain name. I believe relative references on the server will stick 
to the port number also, but haven't actually tried that.

Daniel Feenberg

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