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I've got a home server running Ubuntu Server 10.10 and I've got a few things installed on it like uTorrent, and a Minecraft server. Utorrent has a web UI that can be accessed at IP:8081 and the Minecraft server has one at IP:8080. Is there any way I can access these via subdomains like utorrent.example.com and minecraft.example.com?

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You could use a service like DynDns.com that would let you assign a domain name without having to run your own DNS.

Sound like a perfect fit for your needs.

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Also, you can use the dynamic client provided by DynDns or whoever, or apt-get install ddclient. – LawrenceC Mar 18 '11 at 2:24
    
Will that be able to resolve different ports on the same IP? – Radu Mar 18 '11 at 5:18

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