DNS address without port (:8080)

Hi All!

We have the TeamCity Server, that hosts on IIS 7. And we can go to our site through ci.neutrinosoft.net:8080.
Is it possible to configure server that we'll can just type ci.neutrinosoft.net (without port)?

Sincerely, Neutrino.

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If you put it on to port 80 your browser would default to it. Not recommended to do so though, since 80 is for normal web server.

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If I'm not mistaken, if I do this and if I'll want to go neutrinosoft.net - browser open for me my CI page. Yeah?
And in this case - somesite.neutrinosoft.net - too?

Thanks a lot.

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So, anybody have ideas? I know that it's possible but I don't know how.

I hope for your help!

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Also I wanna provide to you more information. Please find attached snapshot of IIS settings. Please let me know if you need more info.

Thanks!



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Anton,

Your IIS is an additional server on top of TeamCity.
When TeamCity works independently, and users access it directly, then the port is configured in Tomcat's settings: TeamCity\conf\server.xml file, <Connector port="80" ...> tag.

In case of reverse proxy servers as yours, user-facing addresses are configured inside IIS settings. They are transparent for TeamCity.
Please refer to Microsoft documentation. serverfault.com is also a great resource for such kind of questions.

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