How to create DNS Entry against IP address with Port

I have a local web server whom I am running many local sites, one of the local web conferencing is running on

http:\\164.137.187.100:22 

it ueses 22 port number

now for my users i want to create a DNS Entry which should point to the ip address with the port 22

let say  http://meeting

how will i create that one ?

as its not running on 8080 port by default



 
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annasadAsked:
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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Hi annasad,

You can't. DNS record can not include port information. Default port for web sites is 80 (HTTP). If you have something else running on this port your options are to add another IP to your network card and stil use port 80 or to use host headers.

Check the following KB article for detailed instructions:

"HOW TO: Use Host Header Names to Configure Multiple Web Sites in Internet Information Services 6.0"
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324287

HTH

Toni
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annasadAuthor Commented:
I have installed a web conf software on my one of the server , and now its setup with the IP , how i can change its IP address , that you are saying to add one more IP address to the NIC ,

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