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cobbittycs

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Good morning everyone,

Forgive me if this is covered elsewhere, but I would like to know if Kerio Control can make rules that would be able to be matched based on host name.

An example would be, that I have 2 domain names, e.g. a1.com and a2.com. They are pointed to the same IP address on one of my interfaces. I would like each of these domains to point their port 80 to 2 different machines behind the firewall. e.g. a1.com to 192.168.5.100 and a2.com to 192.168.5.200

is this possible? I have tried to make the rules myself, but i fear it may not be possible...

Thank you very much for your time and for looking at my question.
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benjalamelami

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I couldn't make it with Kerio.... What I had to do was to bind port :80 to an apache web service and then use a reverse proxy in the configuration files so the apache would do what you want to do.

It can also be done with IIS7, but its a lot more complicated... so it seemed to me.

The reverse proxy has been working grea though using the apache.
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