I need ideas on how to do this and what the best way to go about it is.
I do game servers and currently have a bunch of servers located in a colo. My webserver is located in a different place. Its a simple resellers account and Im happy with the service. I would rather not run my own webserver unless I am forced to. I dont have any interest in webhosting and would rather speed the time working on what matters...... my game servers.
So what Im looking to do is, send traffic from one ip to another based on port number.
An html request on bobsserver.mydomain.com goes to my current webhost.
However a request on a gameserver port say .... 27015 on bobsserver.mydomain.com send them to an IP address in my colo.
I have contacted my webhost and they cant or wont do this.
Can I just order some sort of DNS service to do this and keep my webhost?
Im looking for options and ideas. The perfect senerio would be that I can order a DNS service that has a control panel so I can make changes on the fly and also keep my current webhost.
Ive messed the the idea of just hosting the website myself but to me honest I dont want the headache.
Any ideas on how to do this and if I can get an outside DNS service to do this.... who should I get.
Please note Im not looking for free or cheap, Im looking for dependable and easy to use.