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Author Topic: Configuring Virtual Server  (Read 12093 times)

tdicp

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Configuring Virtual Server
« on: June 09, 2010, 08:30:22 AM »

I understand the following when one hosts ONE website.  But what if you have multiple websites?  Running on their own VM images/servers?  Thus multiple IPs and multiple subdomain/domain names accessing port 80.
How would you configure virtual server if you are hosting 3 servers each with a separate website (site1.company.com; site2.company.com; site3.company.com)?
192.168.0.50,
192.168.0.51,
192.168.0.52

You are hosting a Web Server on a PC that has LAN IP Address of 192.168.0.50 and your ISP is blocking Port 80.
1.Name the Virtual Server (for example: Web Server)
2.Enter the IP Address of the machine on your LAN (for example: 192.168.0.50)
3.Enter the Private Port as [80]
4.Enter the Public Port as [8888]
5.Select the Protocol (for example TCP).
6.Ensure the schedule is set to Always
7.Click Save to add the settings to the Virtual Servers List
8.Repeat these steps for each Virtual Server Rule you wish to add. After the list is complete, click Save Settings at the top of the page.
With this Virtual Server entry, all Internet traffic on Port 8888 will be redirected to your internal web server on port 80 at IP Address 192.168.0.50.
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