DNS Sub-domain

Hi All

I have a sub-domain that is pointing to an IP of a NAS  but the issue is that because I have this set on HTTPS the user has to remember the port number also which is most cases is impossible.

Example: lft.fqdn.ae  but they have to type  ltf.fqdn.ae:6001 which inst piratical

Andy advice?

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Changing port numbers has nothing to do with DNS. It IS impractical, but there's NO WAY around it.
The user doesn't really have to remember it, the user just has to use bookmarks/favorites, which totally negates this "impracticality".

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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Another option would be to change HTTPS to use port 443 on the NAS device.
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