Due to unanimous request from my friend and his WoW buddies, I am now running a Feed The Beast server alongside my vanilla minecraft server on the same dedicated machine.
Everything works fine, I just desire a more "elegant" solution. Currently, players connect as follows:
It works, but I want to eliminate that port from the URL. I'd like to have it like:
I have the appropriate A records and CNAMEs set up with my domain.
If I set the URL to the server-ip parameter in the server.properties file, it fails to bind. I did this fine for the server's map website in IIS7, which is bound to www.bagnet.tk:80 (www.bagnet.tk will take you to the site in a web browser, but ftb.bagnet.tk wont). So I assumed it would be possible to do this with MC servers, too, with one bound to mc.bagnet.tk:25565, and the other ftb.bagnet.tk:25565.
So those of you with more networking experience than I, is my "end goal" possible to accomplish? I figure there's other ways to get this done, that I just don't know about...