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[ale] how do I forward a port from internal ip to extrenaladdress?
- Subject: [ale] how do I forward a port from internal ip to extrenaladdress?
- From: bradley at linuxcentral.com (Bradley Glonka)
- Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 14:49:40 -0500 (EST)
Not sure I totally understand your environment.
But, if your your web servers are on differnet networks(your secondary is
192.x.x.x and your external web server ha a public IP) you'll need a
device/computer that is on both networks.
You can accomplish this several ways. Add a NIC to one of your web
servers so that it has an address on both networks. Or you could add a
Linux box with two NICs and use that as a router. Then its just a matter
of routing your requests tot he correct network.
This sounds more of a routing issue than an Apache issue.
> I have a secondary web server behind an external web server. I need to allow one
> httpd domain residing on the internal server or rather one http://www.domain.com that can oly exist on that internal webserver to reach the web. How do I forward any request for that domain. Do I need to edit the httpd.conf file on the external webserver. The external web server is running apache 1.3 and Redhat 7.0. It has dedicated ipaddress and the internal server has 192.168.0.0 ipaddress. Is there a howto on this
> or do I setup some sort of port forwarding?
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