Hi, this might not be something that can be done using a MikroTik router but this forum is full of cleaver people who will be able to tell me yes or no.
I replaced my BT HomeHub with a Mikrotik and loving it so far. I have a dynamic IP address so I have a script that updates no-ip.org with my WAN IP (https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Dynamic_ ... _No-IP_DNS).
I've also setup the IP/Cloud feature but the DNS name is a little hard to remember!
I've set up NAT rules to forward specific ports to my devices on my LAN but, want to simplify the port numbers in the address to names. I could do this in the no-ip interface but you only get 3 address and I have more devices that that.
I have my own domain name and want to use subdomain names to forward the traffic to specific ports. For example:
NAS.domain.me -> DDNS.no-ip.org -> my.public.ip.address:6000
PVR.domain.me -> DDNS.no-ip.org -> my.public.ip.address:6001
My domain name supplier can't resolve the subdomain to an address and port in the cPanel so can the Mikrotik look at the original requested subdomain address and forward it to a specific port or is all that information removed in the CNAME step?
Attached is a diagram to show my setup, obviously trying to do this on the cheap!
Thanks for reading this and any help you can offer.