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Topic: Two Dynamic DNS in a server (physical and virtual)

Post Two Dynamic DNS in a server (physical and virtual)
by wontollamx on Monday, November 12, 2018

Hi, I have a big doubt.
I have a virtual server installed into a physical server (obviously)
And I have Dynu System Dynamic DNS service installed in the virtual server.
Of course, it is working great to let me connect using the remote desktop software.

I am planning to install another Dynu System Dynamic DNS service, but it the physical server.

The virtual server is using 3389 port for RDP sessions. And I will configure 3390 port on the physical server for RDP.

Will this make a conflict?

Best Regards.


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Post Re: Two Dynamic DNS in a server (fisical and virtual)
by jdidi on Thursday, November 15, 2018

You can set up port forwarding in your router from port 3390 to port 3389 of the internal IP of the physical machine and use yourhost:3390 to access the physical machine.

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