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Topic: port number resolution

Post port number resolution
by emmanueladdai on Friday, November 3, 2017

is it possible to create another .dynu.net that will forward to a different port?
for example, my default DDNS is testweb.dynu.net = normal ip

is it posible to create another link which is not an Alias that forwards to another port on the same ip ?
Example:
testemby.dynu.net = normal ip:8096


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Post Re: port number resolution
by kobrrage on Saturday, November 18, 2017

emmanueladdai wrote:is it possible to create another .dynu.net that will forward to a different port?
for example, my default DDNS is testweb.dynu.net = normal ip

is it posible to create another link which is not an Alias that forwards to another port on the same ip ?
Example:
testemby.dynu.net = normal ip:8096



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Post Re: port number resolution
by kobrrage on Saturday, November 18, 2017

emmanueladdai wrote:is it possible to create another .dynu.net that will forward to a different port?
for example, my default DDNS is testweb.dynu.net = normal ip

is it posible to create another link which is not an Alias that forwards to another port on the same ip ?
Example:
testemby.dynu.net = normal ip:8096

You just use the "Web Redirect" functions. When you log into your Control Panel, go to "DDNS Services" then click on the "Domain" you want to edit. From the Manage Dynamic DNS Service menu page click on "Web Redirect".

Under "Node Name" put in your "www", "whateversubdomainyouwanttonameit", or as you say "testemby"

Then...

change Type to "Port Forwarding" Then... Under Hostname or IP, 99% of the time you want to leave this blank (blank = it will automatically input your "dynamic IP" and lastly, input your PORT # under Port.

You can create more "subdomains" and you just change the port #.

Examine the Screenshot below.



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Post Re: Re: port number resolution
by adminbilalsweb on Tuesday, December 8, 2020

kobrrage wrote:
emmanueladdai wrote:is it possible to create another .dynu.net that will forward to a different port?
for example, my default DDNS is testweb.dynu.net = normal ip

is it posible to create another link which is not an Alias that forwards to another port on the same ip ?
Example:
testemby.dynu.net = normal ip:8096

You just use the "Web Redirect" functions. When you log into your Control Panel, go to "DDNS Services" then click on the "Domain" you want to edit. From the Manage Dynamic DNS Service menu page click on "Web Redirect".

Under "Node Name" put in your "www", "whateversubdomainyouwanttonameit", or as you say "testemby"

Then...

change Type to "Port Forwarding" Then... Under Hostname or IP, 99% of the time you want to leave this blank (blank = it will automatically input your "dynamic IP" and lastly, input your PORT # under Port.

You can create more "subdomains" and you just change the port #.

Examine the Screenshot below.


I've done this and the subdomain (in nslookup) doesn't resolve at all.

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Post Re: Re: Re: port number resolution
by kobrrage on Tuesday, December 8, 2020

adminbilalsweb wrote:
kobrrage wrote:
emmanueladdai wrote:is it possible to create another .dynu.net that will forward to a different port?
for example, my default DDNS is testweb.dynu.net = normal ip

is it posible to create another link which is not an Alias that forwards to another port on the same ip ?
Example:
testemby.dynu.net = normal ip:8096

You just use the "Web Redirect" functions. When you log into your Control Panel, go to "DDNS Services" then click on the "Domain" you want to edit. From the Manage Dynamic DNS Service menu page click on "Web Redirect".

Under "Node Name" put in your "www", "whateversubdomainyouwanttonameit", or as you say "testemby"

Then...

change Type to "Port Forwarding" Then... Under Hostname or IP, 99% of the time you want to leave this blank (blank = it will automatically input your "dynamic IP" and lastly, input your PORT # under Port.

You can create more "subdomains" and you just change the port #.

Examine the Screenshot below.


I've done this and the subdomain (in nslookup) doesn't resolve at all.
It may be because you are using their domain name and your domain is already a subdomain of theirs. You may need to create a new one in order to have name1.dynu.net and a new one for name2.dynu.net.

I'm not sure if you can do subname1.yourname.dynu.net and subname2.yourname.dynu.net or not but creating a new one and naming it testemby.dynu.net should do it.


In my case I have my own domain name so it lets me do subdomain1.mydomain.net, subdomain2.mydomain.net, subdomain3.mydomain.net.

This may be why. You might want to get ahold of support and see.

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