Domain Redirect to Server IP + Port

Mackie Tjan

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I'm a little sad to say that I am using godaddy(BOOOO) for Domain Names. I am having the issue where I am wanting to add the port to the Redirect DNS. But godaddy is probably the only one that does not allow this to work. Is there a way I can do this? Server is in-house with me. It's up and running in almost perfect condition. Or is it possible to build the server into a hosting server and then transfer the IPs to my company and be totally done with gay godaddy?
 

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I'm a little sad to say that I am using godaddy(BOOOO) for Domain Names. I am having the issue where I am wanting to add the port to the Redirect DNS. But godaddy is probably the only one that does not allow this to work. Is there a way I can do this? Server is in-house with me. It's up and running in almost perfect condition. Or is it possible to build the server into a hosting server and then transfer the IPs to my company and be totally done with gay godaddy?
Can't transfer the IPs unless they have colocation and would offer you to switch over. Out of curiosity why do a web server at home? Speed and reliability are almost always worse and VPS/Server are not really expensive (if you need the resources)
 

Mackie Tjan

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Can't transfer the IPs unless they have colocation and would offer you to switch over. Out of curiosity why do a web server at home? Speed and reliability are almost always worse and VPS/Server are not really expensive (if you need the resources)
I want to host from the house because I'm building a YouTube Bot. Testing from home, when I have it complete then I'll get a cpanel hosting at Dreamhost...
 
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