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4 hours ago, dietzmaxi said:

Hello. Is it possible to set srv DNS-Records to connect to the server? 




yes it is, you just need to know how to handle srv records.

Note that auth and world need different ports set and the record has to target a hostname with an address record (A record or AAAA record).

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