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I am trying the trial version of Winroute Firewall. I have 2 Domains, 2 servers (1 domain per server) and one public IP. How would I configure Kerio to know when to forward www.domain1.com to server one and www.domain2.com to server 2.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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nagetech wrote on Mon, 10 July 2006 00:32

I am trying the trial version of Winroute Firewall. I have 2 Domains, 2 servers (1 domain per server) and one public IP. How would I configure Kerio to know when to forward www.domain1.com to server one and www.domain2.com to server 2.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!


IMHO it's impossible because KWF does not understand "HTTP Host Header's"

The only solution is to use different Ports: Port 80 for/to Server1 - Port 81 for/to Server2.

In consequence you had to use
http://www.domain1.com/ and
http://www.domain2.com:81/

Regards
Uwe
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nagetech

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Thanks for your response! Is there any other option avaliable to me? I would greatly appreciate any advice.
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UKortkamp

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nagetech wrote on Mon, 10 July 2006 10:17

Thanks for your response! Is there any other option avaliable to me? I would greatly appreciate any advice.


Use only 1 Server with both sites on it (and use there HostHeaders to different the domains)
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nagetech

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Well I cant really do that, as the other site ish osted on my room mates server. We really do want to keep things separate. Are there any options avaliable that can accomidate my needs?

Thanks.
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Put a 3th webserver at the firewall. Use this webserver as a proxy and route the requests to the 2 servers using the header info
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Could you go into a little more detail as to how to setup ur suggestion.
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Install apache on the firewall. Edit the httpd.conf and add proxypass settings.
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