I bought a hosted service which, mainly for DDoS mitigation reasons, often rotates its IPs. So
myservice.remoteserver.xxx:666 sometimes goes either to
I actually got a
CNAME record on my own server:
myservice.remoteserver.xxx. This is so that anybody is able to access the service at
I would like users to be able to reach the service (SRV compliant) omitting to specify the port (
666). How may I accomplish this?
I wrote a
1 1 666 myservice.remoteserver.xxx, but it doesn't work!
As in MX records, the target in SRV records must point to hostname with an address record (A or AAAA record). Pointing to a hostname with a CNAME record is not a valid configuration.
So, should I get an
A record in my own DNS?
Or it would be enough to point to my service provider
A record (for example:
- To clarify this last question: Since I am sure the address they gave me
CNAMEfor something else, I may
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