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Old 28th March 2011, 10:27
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Default Redirect port XXXX to a subdomain + port 80

Hi there !

I've been self hosted during several years and following some advices from friends, I've decided to give a try to ISPConfig3.
I'm very impressed, even if it is quite difficult to let the command line apart and use only this great interface

But I haven't been able to find a solution to my problem (and I don't know if ISPConfig handle that in fact)
I'd like to be able to redirect one service using another port than 80 or 443 to a subdomain to the port 80.

For example, I'm running the P2P Search Engine Yacy on port 8090. I'd like to be able to access it through yacy.mydomain.com
I got several others services that I'd like to do the same.

Thank you for your help.
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