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Posted 01 October 2012 - 15:50
dns can not forward to different ports.
What you would do is setup host headers IIS or virtual host in apache.
Now servers sees the name your trying to reach be it www.abc.com or www.xyz.com and serve up the correct site. This would all be done on port 80 and if same IP address.
if you have multiple IPs then you could point www.abc.com to IP1 and xyz to IP2 -- but if you only have 1 IP address then you need to use host header based hosting.
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