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    IP address translate in Windows Server 2008 R2


    Hi all !

    I have a server with Windows Server 2008 R2 OS. I've started FTP (HTTP) server with an application on this server and it's configured on the port 60. To access it I shall write in web browser "http://ipaddress:60/". I want that to access it in the browser to write a name, like "ftp.domain.com". Is it possible to create this ? If yes, what shall I to configure ?

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    This is something I believe can be configured via DNS Settings? If not, why port 60? Standard FTP is done over ports 20 & 21 IIRC. Port 60 is currently unassigned (from what I found) but it's not good practice to change your settings to something that could be assigned in that port some day.
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    AdamPI, I use Wing FTP Server and it works over HTTP and I configured it on port 60, because I keep the port 80 for future.

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