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I was wondering if forwarding like this was possible with any service like godaddy/dyndns/etc:

http://www.mydomain.com/path1 ---> http://mydomain.com:1234/
http://www.mydomain.com/path2 ---> http://domain2.com:5688/test1
http://www.mydomain.com/path3 ---> http://domain2.com:9873/test2

It would also be nice if the browser didn't show the ports, etc.

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For the time being, browsers will always show the port if it's not 80 or 443. –  EEAA Feb 13 '12 at 0:45

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What you would need is not a DNS-based solution, but a Reverse Proxying solution.

Most of the predominant web server technologies on the market offer this functionality to some extent, like: Apache (with mod_proxy), IIS (with Application Request Routing) and nginx.

I don't have any experience with hosted reverse proxying, but I know that some hosting providers offer this capability.

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