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DNS records

On Thu, 2007-04-12 at 10:19 -0400, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Cole Tuininga <colet at> writes:
> >> Is there any way that I can add a port to the DNS records so that I can 
> >> port forward.  
> >
> > Nope - DNS "doesn't do that".  
> Just to pick nits, the DNS SRV record CAN do that..   But it's
> unlikely that any web browser would actually honor the appropriate
> SRV record for http.

Well ... port forward, no.  It will allow you to do a lookup for which
port to query though.

A valid point though.  :)

Cole Tuininga <colet at>

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