I want to give access to my internal 3 websites from the net.
I have recorded their urls on a public DNS pointing their URLs on the KFW server's public IP. (k.k.k.k) like this :
- web01.domain.com--> k.k.k.k
- web02.domain.com--> k.k.k.k
- web03.domain.com--> k.k.k.k
The servers hosting the sites are behind KFW.
- web01.domain.com on port 80 hosted on machine01
- web02.domain.com on port 80 hosted on machine02
- web03.domain.com on port 3000 hosted on the same machine02
Machine02 is also the KFW server w/ private and public IP.
Can you help me publish my websites to be viewed by internal or external browsers ?
How can I tell KFW to point to a particular internal IP/Port when the browser calls an url ?
I've created traffic and services rules rules but all urls diplay the same site (i.e web01.domain.com).
Thanks for your help.
If I understand your situation correctly, web01.domain.com would need its own public IP. Web02.domain.com would need its own public IP (which you say you have) and Web03 should probably be Web02.domain.com/Web03 rather than Web03.domain.com if it does not have its own public IP.
Another solution for Web03 would be host headers off of Web02.
As far as directing incoming URL queries to the correct website, if your DNS is correct, your website software should handle that, right? assuming you have port 80 and 3000 open, respectively, in KWF.
Oh... for Web03 on port 3000, the client would have to query URL:3000 directly.
Maybe I have your situation wrong.. I dunno...
[Updated on: Sat, 30 July 2005 20:10]
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