DDNS Sub Domains

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josht
Conversationalist

DDNS Sub Domains

Hi,

 

I'd like to host two HTTPS web servers behind my MX (for testing).

 

Is it possible to use multiple sub domains with the default DDNS on an MX? For example - 

server1.123.dynamic-m.com

server2.123.dynamic-m.com

 

These sites would be hosted on a single server so no need to port forward to different internal IP's

 

Thanks

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Greenberet
A model citizen

You can't create sub domains here, but I'm using a similiar approach for my servers with a CName record.

 

e.g.
server1.mydomain.com -> CNAME MX-123.dynamic-m.com
server2.mydomain.com -> CNAME MX-123.dynamic-m.com
server3.mydomain.com -> CNAME MX-123.dynamic-m.com

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Greenberet
A model citizen

You can't create sub domains here, but I'm using a similiar approach for my servers with a CName record.

 

e.g.
server1.mydomain.com -> CNAME MX-123.dynamic-m.com
server2.mydomain.com -> CNAME MX-123.dynamic-m.com
server3.mydomain.com -> CNAME MX-123.dynamic-m.com

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