if I want to set up a Multihoming Network, what do I need to setup?
We have 2 Webservers like the example. And one Network-Card connected to a SDSL-Gateway with a Gateway-Adress of 212.6.131.xx1 (Subnet Mask 255.255.255.248)
I want to make "serverweb1" aviable on Adress 212.6.131.xx2 and "serverweb2" on 212.6.131.xx3.
Which (Windows) Adress do I need on the Network-Adapter?
Thanks a lot
Multihoming is a term used for situations when one network interface connected to the Internet uses multiple public IP addresses. Typically, multiple services are available through individual IP addresses (this implies that the services are mutually independent).
In the local network a web serverweb1 with IP address 192.168.1.100 and a web serverweb2
with IP address 192.168.1.200 are running in the local network. The interface connected to
theInternetusespublicIPaddresses220.127.116.11and18.104.22.168 1. Wewanttheserver
web1 to be available from the Internet at the IP address22.214.171.124, the serverweb2 at
the IP address126.96.36.199.
The two following traﬃc rules must be deﬁned in WinRoute to enable this conﬁguration:
Figure 7.24 Multihoming -- web servers mapping
Any (see the previous example referring to mapping of single service).
An appropriate IP address of the interface connected to the Internet (use the Host option
for insertion of an IP address).
Service which will be available through this interface (the HTTP service in case of a Web
Select the Allow option, otherwise all traﬃc will be blocked and the function of port
mapping will be irrelevant.
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