Question about Computers & Internet
Did you ever figure what is going on with this?
Turns out if you access a website via https you'll also have no trouble.
I may pull all of my hair out. I wonder if I can modify my public DNS records to direct people to 8080 instead of 80 for the www record. Hmm. I'll let you know.
This does not seem to be a router issue if you wish to redirect DNS details, more towards a DNS server kinda function (unless you're using a custom firmware like DDRWT) which enables this kinda thing. Anyhow, it is interesting nevertheless, pleae do keeo us in the loop :D
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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