I have a question about DDNS.
Long ago I bought a domain name to a registrar to have an email and a website. The registrar is also a provider, so they are hosting my website and my email using my domain name. That’s all very normal.
Now I wanted to to add more services to that domain name, but I would like to self-host them with Yunohost.
Me, at home, I don’t have a static IP address, so I should use DDNS. I don’t have IPv6.
Fortunately, the provider has a control panel where I can configure some DNS things.
The first thing I wanted to do is adding a new webpage to the website, but I want to self-host that new webpage in my Yunohost, while keeping the rest of the website where it is, with the provider.
I have configured a subdomain with DDNS in my home-router, so now I am able to host the new webpage for the website using this subdomain. That is ok.
But now I would like to know if it is possible to do that without a subdomain. Because for the rest of the services I want to self-host (like XMPP and others), I would prefer to have them just with the same single domain name, not using a subdomain of it. But I also don’t know how to do so, I mean having some services at the provider and some others at home, and all using the same domain name.
Any help, suggestion, explanation… would be very much welcome!