btw, that svr2 address is working great (now that I realized I told you the wrong address to forward it to, d’oh!)
Well, I have another port that’s used for my home automation web page (port 889). So it would mean I would have to something like svr2… go to port 888 and svr3… go to port 889. If I had control of DNS I would probably do something like that. But since I have to send a support request, I would feel a little guilty, and then if I change ports for some reason, then I would have to send another support request, and then if I wanted to get crafty and had something like vrillusions.dyndns.org:888/directory/directory/ be one, you get the idea. Just feel a little guilty since some “other” web hosts charge a MONTHLY fee to do stuff like this. And judging by the quick response I got back it takes like no effort on the tech’s side to do it.
So, if I could control it, I would be a little more crafty with it, but for now, this suits me fine.
hmm, I wonder if it would be possible to make this one of the options in the domain manager. Like instead of “redirecting” to another site you could use this “masked redirecting” method. Just an idea…